Bestselling crime novelist Donna Leon serves up a murder investigation in scenic Venice, where a ten-year-old Roma girl is found dead in a canal. The sharp-witted police inspector, Commissario Guido Brunetti, attempts to speak with members of the gypsy encampment where the little girl lived, but finds them tight-lipped and uncooperative. When he learns who had befriended the victim and her little brother, he begins to understand the community’s silence. It also explains why he’s hit obstacles preventing the investigation.
1hr 26min. Adults only. In German with English subtitles. This program is free and open the public. Registration is not required. Refreshments will be provided.
Please join us for more of Judy’s travel adventures! Start in Spain with tapas, a visit to Dali’s home, and an evening in the old Roman city of Girona. Then it’s on to the olive and almond groves of Majorca, the restless Mt. Etna (one day before it blew), the ultimate hill town of Civita Bagnoregio, overnight in Orvieto, a stop in the medieval walled city of Tarquinia, and much more!
This free program is open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
Way Library and the League of Women Voters of the Perrysburg Area welcomes Dr. Dale Snauwaert, Professor of Educational Theory and Peace Studies at the University of Toledo, for a presentation on civil discourse. Dr. Snauwaert will explore civil discourse as essential for a functioning democracy as well as its basis in a respect-based conception of tolerance. The central importance of civil discourse for the exercise of public deliberation, the idea and practice of reasonable disagreement, and their rational basis in the principles of respectful toleration and a duty of civility will be discussed.
Sponsored by The League of Women Voters and The Way Public Library Foundation and Friends.
Sign up for this no-cost workshop today and enjoy the benefits of a healthier, more energetic lifestyle! Take control of diabetes with DEEP, the educational workshop that encourages small lifestyle changes and provides important information about your diabetes and the way it affects your health.
Join us if you:
-Have diabetes or pre-diabetes
-Are 60 years of age or older
-Have Medicare or Medicare/Medicaid
-Six short weekly workshops
-Each class is two hours
-No cost to participate!
-Understanding the human body
-Diabetes risk factors and complications
-Nutrition education and meal planning
-Understanding and managing diabetes medications
-Accessing your health team
Way Library welcomes Dr. Khani Begum, Associate Professor of English at Bowling Green State University, for a discussion on Muslim women, Islam, and Muslim cultures from around the world. The discussion will address how film and television portrayals of Muslim women are either lacking or tend to promote stereotypes and compare these portrayals with those in films made in Great Britain, South Asia, and Iran.
Sponsored by The Way Public Library Foundation and Friends.