Help our local food pantry! We'll forgive $1 in overdue fines for each can of food donated during our "Food for Fines" Week. Sorry! Fees for lost of damaged materials, as well as the lost processing fee, are excluded from this offer.

Here are the details:

1. One canned good for each dollar owed or one canned good for each past due item returned during “Food for Fines” week. This offer does not apply to fees for lost or damaged materials or for the lost processing fee.
2. Donated food must be presented at the Circulation Desk for inspection.
3. Non-perishable food items only. No glass jars or bottles.
4. We cannot accept items that are expired, dented, damaged, opened, have no labels, or are home-prepared.
5. This offer is good November 26 through December 2, 2017 only.
6. All food collected will be delivered to the PCU food pantry to assist local families.

Way Library welcomes Dr. Malcolm D. E. Forbes, Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Center for Photochemical Sciences at Bowling Green State University for a presentation on the science of beer. The talk will provide an overview of the beer-making process, from harvested grain to consumption, across three basic themes: production, the marketing and distribution of beer, and differences in style. The sensitivity of beer to light exposure, a topic previously researched in Professor Forbes’ laboratory, will feature prominently in the science section.

This program is free and open to the public. Registration is not required.

Learn the basics of using Microsoft Excel 2016. Attend this class to learn about cells, workbooks, cell formatting, functions, and equations. We will create a simple budget complete with formatting. Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Wednesday, November 1.