(April 29,2015) Join us Saturday, May 9 at 1:00 pm as Dan Baker and the team from American Primate Exploration (A.P.E.) present detailed research about Big Foot and new evidence of Big Foot in our three-county area. See the life-size replica and numerous foot casts! Meet the research team and share your own experiences and sightings. Learn more about Dan Baker on Youtube. The program is free and no registration is required.
(April 29.2015) The postponed Spring book sale is now scheduled for Saturday, May 9 through Saturday, May 16 with even more books at bargain prices for all ages and interests. This sale also includes special-priced books of particular interest, audiobooks for children and adults, CDs, DVDs, and VHS tapes. New items will be added to the sale throughout the week. So plan to shop early and often. Proceeds support special programs at the library as well as the purchase of new materials for you to check out and enjoy.
(April 21, 2015) ) Batter up for women’s baseball. Join us Monday, April 27, at 7:00 pm in the library’s Community Meeting Room as Professor Leslie Heaphy presents “Ladies and Diamonds.” Professor Heaphy, from the Kent State Stark campus, will give an overview of women in baseball from the 19th century to the present, concentrating mostly on the World War II period to today. From the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, featured the in the movie A League of Their Own, to team owners of the modern era such as Marge Schott, women have enjoyed America’s on the field as well as in stands. The program is free for all and no registration is required.
(April 14, 2015) The Civil War saw the deployment of much new technology: ironclad ships, repeating rifles, balloons, machine guns, and more. Advances in weapons also drove advances in healing the damage caused by them. Join us Monday, April 20, at 7:00 pm in the library’s Community Meeting Room as Chris Craft presents a new and interesting program on Civil War medicine. Mr. Craft, from the Massillon Museum, will discuss the improvements in surgery and the treatment of wounds on the battlefield. He will also touch on the more general improvements in sanitation and healthcare that were driven by needs of large armies. The program is free for all and no registration is required.