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The Mercantile Library
As a supporter of the arts through ArtsWave and member of ArtsWave Pass The Mercantile Library is offering you $15 off library memberships.
This offer is available for new members and existing members who are due for renewal. Benefits of a membership to The Mercantile Library include:
- Borrowing privileges (print, digital, and audiobooks)
- Use of the reading room to read/work/study
- Free Admission to 2022 Signature Events
- Custom book recommendations
- Twice-weekly yoga
- Advance notice of library programs: book discussions, author talks, and more!
By purchasing and using your ArtsWave Pass, you’re investing in our community through the arts. Each year, your gifts to ArtsWave support the work of over 150 arts organizations, plus independent artists too. This creates thousands of concerts, shows, exhibitions and experiences like BLINK®, public art, hundreds of thousands of educational experiences for kids in schools, festivals and so much more.
Thank you for your support and enjoy your experience!
All offers subject to change and subject to availability. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Not valid on previous purchases. Additional fees/charges may be applied to free tickets.
Click the "Redeem Now" button to use this offer.
The Mercantile Library, located in the heart of downtown Cincinnati, was founded April 18, 1835, by forty-five merchants in the pursuit of self-education and networking. They are one of nearly two-dozen surviving membership libraries in the United States. Since 1835, The Mercantile Library has continuously sought out dynamic lecturers and speakers, experts on a wide array of subjects—politics, art, literature, science, religion and more. Their collection contains over 80,000 volumes, and covers a broad range of subjects, including contemporary fiction, non-fiction, classics, history, poetry, travel, and more.