Join us for a series of gardening programs with Master Gardeners from the Ohio State University Extension Program. Our first program focusses on container gardening which is more popular today ... More Details
Curious about yoga? Whether you’re trying yoga for the first time or are an advanced yogi, this class, taught by Cathy Picozzi from One Tree Yoga, will introduce you ... More Details
Anime is Action, Drama, Romance, Art, Insanity and Fun! Join us as we explore different series and genres from the world of Asian animation.
Explore fascinating countries and cultures during a trek across the Sahara Desert. Beginning in Gibraltar, we'll travel through Morocco and Algeria. Across sand-seas, treacherous rivers, and mountain ranges, this hard ... More Details
Is there a difference between villains and superheroes? Are villains a necessity? Better yet, do superheroes depend on villains for their existence?
This month we’ll join forces with the Teen ... More Details
After four decades as a TV reporter, Neil Zurcher (longtime host of “One Tank Trips” on WJW TV8) has a lot of great stories to tell and has ... More Details
Exercise has never been so fun! Try Zumba with Shanae Frazier of Body Rocks Dance & Fitness. This fun and easy to follow cardio dance class is something everyone can ... More Details
The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson
Confined to a nursing home and about to turn 100, Allan Karlsson, who has a larger-than-life back ... More Details
We’re kicking off summer with a Summer Reading Kickoff Event! Stop by the library today to join us in activities and to register for our Summer Reading program. Adult, teens ... More Details
Are you a photography enthusiast? Do you have a hard time capturing scenes the way you see them? Whether a beginner or slightly more advanced, this series is designed to ... More Details
The last time that the Republic Party held a convention in Cleveland was June of 1936 when such notables as Cecil B. DeMille, Mrs. Alice Roosevelt and former President Herbert ... More Details
Tomatoes originally came from Peru and were first cultivated by the Aztecs and Incas as early as 700 AD. Thomas Jefferson and early colonists called them Love Apples!
Whether ... More Details
Don’t know what to do with that book you loved but will probably never read again? Want to share your enthusiasm of a great book with other readers? You are ... More Details
This club is unique in that teens are not told what to read. You read whatever you want and show up to share your favorite books with others! This club ... More Details