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Plain Community

Address

1803 Schneider Street NE
Canton, OH 44721

Map

Phone:

330.494.3399

Fax:

330.497.0466

Hours of Service:

  • Monday: 7:30 - 8
  • Tuesday: 7:30 - 8
  • Wednesday: 7:30 - 8
  • Thursday: 7:30 - 8
  • Friday: 7:30 - 6
  • Saturday: 9 - 5
  • Sunday: 1-5 (September through May 29 last day of school/Plain, closed Sundays Memorial Day to Labor Day)

Megan Johnson

Manager

Services at this Location

  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Public Computers
  • Meeting Rooms

Location Features

History

The Plain Township Board of Education approached the library in 2003 with a proposal to build a branch library that would serve both the public of Plain Township and the students of GlenOak High School. Final agreements were signed in 2005 and the branch opened in September 2006.

  • Tech Tuesdays

    Main Library

    SCDL Technology Trainers and IT Specialists present various technology "I didn't know you could do that" demonstrations at each session. Click here to see what we'll be talking about.

  • Smart Scene is here!

    Summer 2015 Program Guide

    The latest Smart Scene is here! Find fun and FREE activities at your library. Pick up a copy at your nearest SCDL location or read it online.

  • Minecraft Mondays

    Perry Sippo Branch

    Grades 4–8: Bring your device and join with others to build cool, new biomes in Minecraft worlds. Must have Minecraft app and WiFi enabled device. Click for dates and more information.

  • Gardening Programs

    Get ready for Spring with your Library!

    We have free programs with Cindy Petitti, a Master Gardener from Petitti Garden Center, and Jill Manda of Manda's Plant Farm, and our Annual Plant Swap. Register today for these free programs.

  • Heirloom Seed Bank

    Main Library

    The Stark County District Library is a Seed Sharing Library, a resource for distributing free heirloom seeds to the community. Seeds are provided through the Master Gardeners of Stark County and OSU Extension Services.

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