Country Garden Club is pleased to present this judged flower show that takes place at Way Library. This spectacular display of flowers can be viewed on Saturday, June 2 from 9 am-5:30 pm and Sunday, June 3 from 1 pm - 4 pm. New to the show this year are a Children’s Category in Floral Arranging and a Garden Boutique which will feature various local vendors with items for purchase.
The purpose of the Flower Show is to set standards of artistic and horticultural excellence; broaden knowledge of horticulture, floral design, conservation, photography and related areas; and to share the beauty of a Flower Show with the public.
Country Garden Club, a member of Garden Club of America, follows the Flower Show rules and standards established by this national organization. As a local GCA club, Country Garden Club is celebrating its 85th year of service to our Perrysburg community. The Flower Show, which has been presented since the founding of the Perrysburg Club, now is held every three years.
“One of the most important films of our time.” -Richard Attenborough
While searching for the elusive blue whale, a journalist discovers plastic waste in what should be a pristine ocean. This documentary follows scientists and researchers around the world as they explore the fragile state of our oceans, uncover alarming truths about plastic pollution, and reveal working solutions.
Free admission and refreshments. Co-sponsored by Keep Perrysburg Beautiful.
Enjoy a guided tutorial of using the computer mouse- the first step in learning how to use a modern Personal Computer. Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Monday, May 21.
Way Library welcomes Dr. David McClough, the James F. Dicke Associate Professor of Economics at Ohio Northern University, for a presentation on income inequality. The program will review the driving forces of income inequality as well as discuss the idea that income inequality is not inherently "bad".
This Steven Spielberg drama recounts the controversial publication of leaked top secret documents by the Washington Post during Richard Nixon’s term in office and the legendary constitutional showdown between government and a free press that ensued. The Pentagon Papers were portions of a classified government study about the Vietnam War which included evidence that the Johnson administration had lied to the public about the war effort and its chances for success. Katherine Graham (Meryl Streep), groundbreaking female publisher of The Post, was responsible for the final decision to print the documents. Tom Hanks stars as Post editor Ben Bradlee.
Adults only/PG-13/116min Seating is limited. First-come, first-seated.