Entries by The Grandview Heights Public Library

Tax information

The IRS tax filing deadline is Tuesday, April 17, 2018. Like last year, most forms and instructions will be available only online. Find forms online, free preparation/filing assistance, and more. A limited number of paper forms are available on the second level of the library. If a specific paper form is unavailable or has not […]

Library card required March 2-7

From March 2-7, our computer system will experience some service disruptions, as new members are added to the Central Library Consortium (CLC). During this time: All patrons will need their library cards to check out items. Account information and item holds through our catalog will be unavailable. We will not be able to check in […]

EXHIBIT: Surviving Winter

See natural specimens along with dynamic educational content, book displays, and a craft table at the current GHPL Mobile Exhibit called Surviving Winter, located in the library atrium on the lower level from December 1, 2017-January 31, 2018. The exhibit is part of the Natural Wonders series in collaboration with the Museum of Biological Diversity at The Ohio State University. […]

GHPL named All-Time All-Star Library

Library Journal has named the Grandview Heights Public Library (GHPL) one of America’s best public libraries with a ranking of five stars for the 10th consecutive year. GHPL is one of only 13 U.S. public libraries to receive a five-star rating in all 10 editions of the magazine’s Index of Public Library Service, a distinction shared with Worthington Libraries. Over the 10 editions of the index, 606 libraries have […]

GHPL Foundation’s Annual Campaign

Love your library? Consider making a gift to the Grandview Heights Public Library Foundation’s Annual Campaign. Your tax-deductible donation helps ensure the long-term financial security of the library, enhance its services, and increase the library’s community outreach. Recent Foundation projects include GHPL Mobile Exhibits, GHPL PopUp Library, and WiFi in Grandview Parks. Your donation can be […]

5th Annual Howlin’ Halloween

Make the library one of your Beggars Night stops on Tuesday, October 31, from 6-8 pm! Stop by the library for treats, costume contests, and pictures with your scariest friends. Plus, visit with Rosie the Comfort Dog. Costume contests for all ages will be held at three different times: 6:30 pm, 7 pm, and 7:30 pm. Winners […]

10/21: Pumpkin Run affects library traffic

The 39th Annual Great Pumpkin Run 5K race will take place Saturday, October 21, at 9 am. The race is presented by the City of Grandview Heights and Grandview Parks & Recreation. Streets surrounding the library will be affected. Although First Avenue (the library’s street) will not be closed to traffic, it will be restricted from 8:30-10:30 am. Motorists should expect delays […]

GHPL Mobile Exhibits

The Grandview Heights Public Library has launched a new exhibit project that combines wonder, engagement, and learning with all-in-one, interactive mobile kiosks for all ages. GHPL Mobile Exhibits are compact, museum-quality kiosks featuring: Showcases for artifacts and specimens Engaging, educational visuals Craft table for all ages Interactive touchscreen Book displays The project is funded with private money by the Grandview […]

School services

Get ready for the new school year with school services from the library! Assignment Notifications Teachers may contact Youth Services at 614-481-3776 for resource suggestions for student homework assignments. A minimum of two weeks’ notice required. Book Lists for Students Reserve student book lists compiled by GHPL staff. Preschool to Kindergarten Toddlers Grades 1-2 Fiction, Nonfiction Grades 3-4 Fiction, Nonfiction Grades 5-6 Fiction, Nonfiction […]