With an air quality advisory in effect and temperatures in the 90's a lot of folks are seeking refuge from the heat, and many are heading for their local Akron-Summit County Library branch.
The library's Carla Davis tells AkronNewsNow " We notiuce that our library customers are coming in and they're staying longer. Right now we're in the midst of our summer reading program, so that is drawing a lot of customers in. But there are also toys available."
Davis says some of the branches are also advertising that they are a refuge from the heat on their social media sites.
Davis says people come to cool off and stay longer than normal to take advantage of the library's other services.