Pepper Pike's Little Free Library - Read the Comments Written by Children and Adults in the Little Free Library's Journal!

Thank you to everyone who donated books to Pepper Pike's Little Free Library! Children and families loved  the library, check out the pages below to read some of the wonderful comments written by children and adults in the Little Free Library Journal.  The library has been taken down for the winter and will return in the spring.  We will still accept children's book donations; you may drop them off at the service department or city hall.  We will save them to stock the library when it returns in the spring.


Community Volleyball Game vs Ursuline College - In Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Ursuline's Move to Pepper Pike in 1966 - December 8th 6:00 p.m.

In this friendly "Town-Gown Showdown", Pepper Pike residents (both men & women) are invited to play volleyball against Ursuline College community members in Ursuline's beautiful, new Sister Diana Stano Athletic Center.  Never seen this new facility?  Here's  an ideal opportunity to have a look, meet some neighbors and have fun.  From any entrance to the campus follow "Special Event" signs to the athletic center, which is building #8 on this campus map.  Register by contacting Dr. Patrick J. Riley at or 441-684-6022.

In early spring, we will post details about a community basketball game and in late spring a community softball game at Ursuline.  

Orange Schools Community Chat with Pepper Pike Residents

Orange Schools will host a Community Chat for Pepper Pike residents at city hall on Thursday, November 17, 2016 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  Two school board members will be on hand to discuss topics that interest Pepper Pike residents about the School District.

As part of the Orange Schools Board of Education community outreach effort, we will be holding these meetings in each of our five main communities throughout the school year.  The first meeting was in October for Orange Village residents.  We will be scheduling meetings in Moreland Hills, Woodmere and Hunting Valley in the near future, as well.