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Due to inclement weather, Ozark Regional Library will be closed on Tuesday, January 31st.

Southeast Missouri Mining Part IV at Ozark Regional Library-Ironton

Southeast Missouri Mining Part IV-Ironton Registration Form

On Tuesday, January 31st at 6PM, Ozark Regional Library-Ironton will host Jim Palmer and Jake Jones to discuss the Old Lead Belt. They will discuss the history of original Doe Run Lead Company and its role in developing the Old Lead Belt as one of the St. Joseph Lead Company's competitors, the history of the diamond core drill and its importance to mining, the important early account of lead mining in Missouri published by Henry R. Schoolcraft in 1819, and the geology of the Ozarks and why lead-zinc mineralization is found in this region.

To sign up for a program reminder, call or visit the library. Watch for announcements about additional programs at ozarkregional.org or visit Ozark Regional Library System on Facebook or Instagram.

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten is a nationwide initiative that promotes the joy of story. This free program ranges from newborn to just before kindergarten.

Voices of the Ozarks Oral History

A project of the Ozark Regional Library, Voices of the Ozarks is a series of oral history recordings with community members. Interviews can be found here.

Brainfuse VetNow
A suite of resources for veterans to polish their skills for civilian jobs and find resources to aid veterans and their families, from resumes to navigating the VA system.

Audio Readings of Classics

Ozark Regional Library is bringing you classics of literature read by local talent for your entertainment.