Monthly Archives: May 2017

Get geeked at our Tech Lab tryouts

Want to “draw” a sculpture with a 3D pen? Pilot a drone? Play with virtual-reality goggles? Kids and teens can try out all these new gadgets and more when the Tech Lab visits our Lake Branch at 5 p.m. on … Continue reading

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Master gardeners talking herbs & succulents at the library

Your May flowers have already bloomed, but the work is never done in your garden. Neither are the questions: What should you do with all that basil you grew on your windowsill and when is the best time to move your … Continue reading

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11 facts about Charles Anderson & his forgotten Gettysburg Address

Historian and author David T. Dixon visited us earlier this month to discuss former Ohio governor Charles Anderson, his wild life, and forgotten Gettysburg Address. 1. Anderson came from a connected and famous family. His father, Richard Clough Anderson, was … Continue reading

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Fairy Tale Yoga at the library

It’s more than yoga. It’s more than fairy tales. It’s story time with wings! We’re hosting  Fairy Tale Yoga at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, June 7, at our Main Branch. Kids can listen to an enchanted tale and recreate it … Continue reading

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Start building for your bonus prize

Kids, we want you to read this summer. Of course, we do. We’re a library. But we also want to encourage all the young architects and engineers to start building. (Hence, our Summer Reading theme: Build a Better World.) So here’s the … Continue reading

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