We are aware that COVID-19 is affecting the scheduling of events and other gatherings throughout our community. As we all work together to respond to this crisis, we understand that many events on this site may not yet be updated with the most current closure information. We encourage you to check with event organizers and venues regarding the status of any event you are looking to attend. Thank you.
In 1946 the Akron Public Library sent its first bookmobile into Richfield Township. On location service was begun somewhat later in a sub-station in the Baptist Church.In 1950 the branch moved to a rented space in the township Fellowship Hall. On July 1, 1956, the Akron Public Library and the township trustees signed a formal agreement for library service, and in March, 1960 the library moved into new quarters in the Town Hall.
A bequest of $69,926.31 from the estate of Isabelle LeVerne
Feb 14, 2020