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Join Way Library’s own Lynn Fleure On Wednesday, April 16 at 2:00pm or 6:30pm for a hands-on spring arrangement workshop.
Participants will learn flower basket composition basics while creating an original fresh arrangement to take home. $15 fee includes all materials and is payable at time of registration.
Class size is limited; register early at Way’s Information Desk.Tools to bring: scissors and floral/paring knife. (Please note that flowers and basket colors will vary.)
Our next entry in our Reel Talk film series, Arsenic and Old Lace will be held on Thursday, April 17 at 10:00am. This film series, specifically crafted for fans of classic movies, is sure to please.
This 1941 comedy stars Cary Grant and Priscilla Lane as newlyweds who stop to visit Grant’s elderly aunts and brother Teddy who thinks he’s Teddy Roosevelt. Grant discovers the dotty old ladies have been poisoning gentlemen callers with Teddy burying them in the cellar, thinking they are Panama Canal fever victims. The movie co-stars Raymond Massey as another crazy family member accompanied by his doctor, Peter Lorre, both of whom show up at the house with serious problems of their own. Arsenic and Old Lace was a hit Broadway play that ran several years and in 1941 was adapted to film by Frank Capra. He directed this black farce at breakneck speed, and the result was one of Hollywood’s most hilarious comedies.
Rudy Schroeder, area film buff, will be the guest speaker.
This event is free and open to the public. Registration is not required. This event is sponsored by Master Chemical.
Join us on Thursday, April 17 at 7:00pm as PRIZM Creative Community and Way Public Library present an open mic night in celebration of National Poetry Month.
Admission and refreshments are offered free of charge.
Reel Art's next free showing will held on April 18 at 7pm. If you are an international or art film fan, this monthly series is for you!
LE HAVRE is the story of a kindly old bohemian who shines shoes for a living in the French harbor city of Le Havre. There he takes up the plight of a young African refugee to prevent his deportation. Released in 2011, this French-language film is visually beautiful and surprisingly heartfelt.
Admission and refreshments are free. Registration is not required. This event is sponsored by Waterford Bank, N.A.
Spring Computer classes have been scheduled. Registration begins on March 10 at the Information Desk. While all classes are free, a $5 deposit is required at sign up. This will be refunded at class. Library patrons not attending class will forfeit this deposit.
For more information, contact Travis McAfee at 419-874-3135 x 103
- April 13 to 19 - National Library Week 2014
- April 22 - Free Compost Workshop
- April 23, 2014 - Normandy with Judy Pfaffenberger
- April 24, 2014 - Reel Opinions with WGTE Public Media present: The Address
- April 24 - Rain Gardens
- April 26, 2014 - Book Sale
- April 27, 2014 - Growing 2 Give
- TEDxWayPublicLibrary scheduled for April 12th!