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Have you thought about taking an idea and turning it into a business? Have you recently started a business? Need a little help taking the next steps? The beehive offers assistance in all areas of business development! The students of the Innovation Entente Lab (IEL) will be in to the Oil City Library TOMORROW from 12pm-2pm to talk to you about your idea & explain how the Beehive can help! Attendance is free & open to anyone! ... See MoreSee Less
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Franklin Public Library is running a contest for library fundraising this month to see who REALLY knows their library! You'll be quizzed on library history, library services, digital resources offered by the library, and the collection of circulating materials.⁠Entry fees are $5 for adults (16+) and $3 for children. Winners will be announced on Saturday, November 6th. This is the LAST week you can enter!⁠ADULT PRIZE: Dinner for 2 at Benjamin's Roadhouse⁠CHILD PRIZE: Book & Goodie Basket⁠Contact the Franklin Public Library at (814) 432-5062 for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you Franklin Fire Department for visiting our Storytime at the Franklin Public Library, and thank you firefighters for sharing your time with us and helping to keep our community safe! We enjoyed the stories that you read and learning more about fire safety. All of the participants were especially delighted to see the fire truck and hear about the equipment on board. Join us for Preschool Storytime every Wednesday at 10:30! ... See MoreSee Less
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