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101 Willard Memorial Square
Wellington, OH 44090
Voice: 440-647-2120
Fax: 440-647-2103

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Announcements and Programs

Operating Hours

The library has new hours of operation:

Monday-Thursday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Friday-Saturday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sundays (October-April): 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Ohio BMV Practice Tests

We now offer free Ohio practice driving tests and Ohio driving handbooks through the organization. You can take practice tests for an Ohio Driver's License, an Ohio Motorcycle License, or an Ohio Commercial Driver's License. Click on the "Find It" tab above, then click on the "Education Tab" or click here: Driving Tests

Take Our Survey

Herrick library is conducting a survey to collection information on how we are doing on a variety of topics. If you have not taken the time yet, please take the survey at the link below. This survey should take just a few minutes to complete and will be available until May 30th. Your input is valuable to us in planning our operations. Thanks for participating!

Herrick Memorial Library Survey

Donate to the Friends on Amazon

The Friends of the Herrick Memorial Library are now on Amazon Smile! Amazon Smile is just like, but at Smile you can choose Friends of the Herrick Memorial Library Inc for your charity and Amazon will donate 0.5% of your eligible purchases to them at no cost to you.

If you would like to participate, instead of visiting the usual Amazon site go to and simply log in with your normal Amazon account. Your account will work across both sites simultaneously, and you can shop on either as you see fit, but you must make purchases on the Smile website if you want Amazon to donate to your charity. This includes Kindle e-books, but you must buy them from the Smile website to get the donation, not from the Kindle device or Kindle app.

If this is your first visit to Amazon Smile you will be asked to choose a charity organization. In the search box type in "friends of the herrick memorial library inc" and this account should pop up for you to select. You can see your chosen charity at the top of the screen while shopping on the site, it should say "Supporting: Friends Of The Herrick Memorial Library Inc". If you need to change your chosen charity you can find the Change Your Charity option under the Your Account menu on the right side of the page near your shopping cart button. This will allow your Amazon purchases that you make anyway to support your local library through our Friends organization. Thanks for participating!

Spring Storytimes

March 23rd to April 30th.

Ages birth to 24 months, Tuesdays at 10:30 am: A parent/child interactive story time centered around age appropriate activities to enhance and broaden a child's horizons. Registration required.

Ages 2-3 years, choose either Mondays at 10:30 am or Mondays at 6:30 pm: A more advanced parent/child interactive story time that includes reading, singing, dancing, and a craft. Registration required.

Ages 4-6 years, Thursdays at 6:30 pm: A time for a child to listen to stories centered around a different theme each week, along with crafts and games. Registration required.

Mother Goose Day

Saturday, May 2nd from 1-3 p.m. Children, ages 3-5, accompanied by an adult can join us as we have fun in the wonderful world of Mother Goose and her many rhymes. Registration is required can be done in person at the Children's desk or by calling the library at 440-647-2120.

Sit & Knit

This program is held on the first Thursday of each month from 1:00-3:00 p.m. Anyone interested in learning to knit is welcome. Don’t know how to knit? We’ll show you and soon you’ll be completing knitted projects. Each meeting introduces a new knitting technique. Click here for project materials. Registration is required as space is limited; please call or sign up at the circulation desk.

Wii Game Day for Teens & Tweens

Saturday, May 16th from 1-4 p.m. Teens and 'Tweens ages 10 and up can stop in for an afternoon of video games in the library's meeting room. Many games will be available including Mario Kart, Goldeneye, Smash Bros. Brawl, and more! Snacks and door prizes! Please register at this REGISTRATION LINK or by calling the library at 440-647-2120.

Afternoon Book Discussion

Thursday, May 28th from 2-3 p.m. This month's book is "The Monuments Men" by Robet M. Edsel. Copies of the book are available in the library for participants to borrow.


New Adult Fiction (March) at the Library (updated 4/16/15)

Search for historic area photographs in the Wellington Family Album.

Search an obituary/marriage/birth index to the Wellington Enterprise in PDF format (Updated 4/16/15). Dates between 1919 and 1975 are incomplete in this file, e-mail the library if you want to search in this time period: herrickmemoriallibrary at gmail dot com

Checking Out e-Books

Herrick Memorial Library patrons can download e-books, audiobooks, and other e-materials from the Ohio Digital Library (use the link in the left navigation pane). You will need your library card number and your pin/password. The pin/password can be set up at the library if you have not yet done so. Instructions for accessing these e-materials with various devices are at detailed in the following PDF documents. Any time a document instructs you to find "your library's overdrive website" you can find Herrick's Overdrive website with the "Ohio Digital Library" link in the left navigation panel above.

Read e-books in your browser without downloading.

Getting started with just e-books.

Getting started with e-books and audio books.

The following guides are geared toward specific devices:

Android Devices

iOS (Apple) Devices

Kindle e-Ink devices

Kindle Fire Tablets

Kobo Tablets

NOOK Tablets

Windows 8, 8.1, and RT Devices.

Other e-book readers not listed separately


E-mail a librarian: herrickmemoriallibrary at gmail dot com

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