Local History page, including links to the Louisville Herald Obituary Database, Ancestry Library Edition, and other resources.
Print most tax forms from the IRS
Print an application for an Absentee Ballot for the 2020 Primary Election
Adult & Reference
Stop in or call 330-875-1696
Whether you're looking for the newest best-selling book, preparing for a project, learning a new skill or looking to meet new people, the Adult Services Department can help!
We're happy to help you:
- Find fiction and nonfiction books from the Louisville Library collection or from most any library in the state.
- Find fiction and nonfiction DVDs, including the newest releases, from our collection or almost any library in the state.
- Use our public computers for Internet browsing, email, printing or creating documents with the Microsoft suite, including Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint.
- Learn valuable, marketable skills in our classes and programs, like resume building and computer skills.
- Investigate new hobbies and meet new people through our book club and programs, including lectures and hands-on projects, like learning to create a 3D
- Find the answers you need, like contact information for government agencies and businesses; information, registration and Absent Voter's Ballot applications; tax forms and forms for programs like HEAP and FAFSA.
Check out our Programs calendar for exciting upcoming events. you can register online or call 330-875-1696 to reserve a spot in our programs and classes.
How can we help you? Let us know what we can bring to you.