(July 23, 2014) Mastodons, stag-moose, giant beavers, dire wolves! It’s not Game of Thrones; it’s Ohio during the last Ice Age. Join us this Monday, July 28, at 7:00 pm to learn all about animals, plants, and landscape of Ice Age Ohio. Why does Northeast Ohio have such productive agriculture—Ice Age. Where did Lake Erie come from—Ice Age. Lynette Reiner, Science Director at the McKinley Museum will present this interesting and entertaining program. It’s suitable for all ages and free to the public.
(July 22, 2014) Come enjoy an interactive science experience, motivating you to think about the world around you in new and creative ways. Author Colleen Kessler will demonstrate several experiments from her book, Super Smart Science during our BOOK BLAST program for families on Friday, July 25 beginning at noon. Solve some science brainteasers, meet the author, and purchase a book to have autographed if you like. Every child in attendance will receive a small gift bag from Colleen to take home for further experimenting and discovery. The BOOK BLAST program includes a free lunch for all children 18 and under. Come early as lunch is served beginning at 11:45.
(July 15, 2014) Salsa can be an easy, versatile addition to any meal. It's a fiesta in a jar. This Monday, July 21, learn how to make delicious homemade salsa that can be eaten fresh or processed in a water bath canner for year round enjoyment. Sample a fruit salsa, corn and bean salsa, and traditional salsa. Instructions and recipes provided. This program is fun for all ages and free in the library's Community Meeting Room.
(July 8, 2014) This Monday, July 14, at 7:00 pm hear area author Jane Turzillo discuss her new book Murder and Mayhem on Ohio's Rails. Ride Ohio's railroads with some of the bravest trainmen and most vicious killers and robbers ever to roll down the tracks. This program is entertaining for all ages and meets in the Library's Community Meeting Room.