Sto-Rox Public Library Winter Hours

Winter Hours for the library will begin January 1 - April 1. See hours below.

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CALENDAR & REGISTRATIONS


SUPPORT OUR PROGRAMMING


LIBRARY LINKS & HOURS

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Library Hours

Monday 9am - 7pm

Tuesday 9am - 7pm

Wednesday 9am - 7pm

Thursday 9am - 7pm

Friday 9am - 5pm

Saturday 9am - 5pm


What to bring to your appointment  • Photo identification (for you and your spouse, if filing jointly) (REQUIRED)  • Social Security cards or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, and  each person to be claimed on your return (REQUIRED)  • Birth dates for every person on the return  • W‐2 forms for all jobs held in 2018  • All 1099 forms, including income received from unemployment(1099‐G), social security (1099‐SSA),  pension payments (1099‐R), bank account interest (1099‐INT), and dividends (1099‐DIV)  • Form 1095 A, B, or C with health insurance information if you received one  • Health insurance exemption certificate if you have one  • A list of who on your tax return had health insurance for 2018 and for which months they were  covered  • If you paid for childcare: Total expenses and name, address, and tax ID number of provider(s)  • If anyone on your tax return is in post‐secondary education: Record of tuition payments (1098‐T), a  student account statement from the financial aid office, and receipts for required books.  • If you own your home: Mortgage interest statement and property tax receipts  • Local tax forms or any tax booklets you’ve received in the mail  • Anything that says “This is important for your taxes”  • A copy of last year’s tax return (not necessary, but helpful)  • Final 2018 pay stubs from each job if available (not required)  • If you’re Married Filing Jointly, you’ll need to bring your spouse to sign your tax documents  • Savings account information (routing and account numbers) if interested in saving all or part of refund  • Your checkbook to see the routing and account number for direct deposit. This will help you to get  your refund faster!

What to bring to your appointment

• Photo identification (for you and your spouse, if filing jointly) (REQUIRED)

• Social Security cards or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, and

each person to be claimed on your return (REQUIRED)

• Birth dates for every person on the return

• W‐2 forms for all jobs held in 2018

• All 1099 forms, including income received from unemployment(1099‐G), social security (1099‐SSA),

pension payments (1099‐R), bank account interest (1099‐INT), and dividends (1099‐DIV)

• Form 1095 A, B, or C with health insurance information if you received one

• Health insurance exemption certificate if you have one

• A list of who on your tax return had health insurance for 2018 and for which months they were

covered

• If you paid for childcare: Total expenses and name, address, and tax ID number of provider(s)

• If anyone on your tax return is in post‐secondary education: Record of tuition payments (1098‐T), a

student account statement from the financial aid office, and receipts for required books.

• If you own your home: Mortgage interest statement and property tax receipts

• Local tax forms or any tax booklets you’ve received in the mail

• Anything that says “This is important for your taxes”

• A copy of last year’s tax return (not necessary, but helpful)

• Final 2018 pay stubs from each job if available (not required)

• If you’re Married Filing Jointly, you’ll need to bring your spouse to sign your tax documents

• Savings account information (routing and account numbers) if interested in saving all or part of refund

• Your checkbook to see the routing and account number for direct deposit. This will help you to get

your refund faster!

 
 
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“I don’t want to grow up!”

Gemini Theater’s Peter Pan runs Saturday, January 19 to Sunday, February 3!

 
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ART CLASS INFO


OTHER F.O.R. PROGRAMS:

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POSITIVE
PARENTING

Family Support Centers use Parents As Teachers (PAT)* – an evidence-based home visiting program recognized by the federal government. Through their involvement in PAT, parents work with a parent educator to gain knowledge that will help ensure that their children will learn, grow and develop to realize their full potential.

In addition to our home visiting program, all Centers host classes and support groups where parents can share their experiences, learn about healthy child development, and explore positive parenting techniques.

Monthly Family Fun Night, Family Movie Night, Field Trips and more! Click here to find out what stimulating experiences lie ahead for you and your child with the Positive Parenting Program.

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COMMUNITY
RESOURCE CENTER

The Community Resource Center provides a community of choice, hope and purpose where all neighbors can thrive.

The Community Resource Center is a welcoming and safe space which provides opportunities for active transformation for our neighbors to reach their full potential.

Person Centered—Mutual Respect—Accountability-- Innovation

Check our hours and services.

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FAMILY
HEADSTART

The Early Headstart Program is a child development and family support service to low income families for children from birth-3 years old and pregnant mothers.

Pregnant women and families with children age up to age three can schedule weekly home visits, play groups, outings and parent meetings with an emphasis on healthy child development. 

ENROLLMENT IS ONGOING!

 



OUR SPACE

420 Chartiers is home to Focus On Renewal Administrative Offices, Ryan Arts, and Sto-Rox Public Library. This facility is equipped with a performance space/theater, art gallery, public computers, art studios, commercial kitchen, digital labs, and a cafe. We are also home to Gemini Children’s Theater. Contact us for more information about events and rental space.


TEEN PROGRAMS

RYAN ARTS CENTER PROGRAMS

ART

CLASSES

 

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RyanArts offers a collection of enriching arts education courses.  Classes are offered on a quarterly basis, with each semester consisting of 9 weeks of classes followed by a student showcase on week 10.

TEEN PROGRAMS

APPLY HERE

MORE INFO

Studio StoRox Studio is an after school open studio where TEENS can come to learn about art practice, work alongside a practicing artist/mentor, learn new technologies in the arts field, or just have a safe quiet space to work on homework and independent projects. The open studios will steer students towards career goals and embrace craft whether its in the visual arts, performance,  or a practical skill. 

APPLY NOW

 

DIGITAL LITERACY PROGRAMS

Learn More

We offer FREE Teen & Adut  Coding Clubs as well as digital literacy workshops.  Teens are welcome to stop in and participate in our afterschool coding program. All levels welcome

WHAT WILL YOU DO? 

  • Java Script

  • HTML

  • APP & Game Design

  • Build your own website

contact pspynda@forstorox.org for more info

 



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RyanArts is the new home of Gemini Children's Theater. Gemini offers unique theater workshops, classes and camps for children. They also have an improv troupe for adults known as the Amish Monkeys. Performances are held in our very own Baverso Theater, which features seating for 100+ audience members including wheelchair accessible spaces. You can find out more about Gemini and all of their programs by visiting their website.

 
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