Adults can help to “Build A Better World,” too!
To go along with our Summer Reading Club theme “Build A Better World,” children and teens at Way Library are helping their favorite charities by accumulating minutes of reading. At the end of July, those minutes will be turned into monetary donations by our generous sponsor, O-I. We know our adult patrons have big hearts, too, and would like to be included. So, are you ready to get started building a better world? Beginning June 5th and continuing through August 3rd you can donate much-needed items to The Cocoon Shelter, a local organization that works with victims of domestic violence.
Bring in any (or all!) of the following items to Way Public Library:
- toilet bowl cleaner
- sponges/scrub brushes
- mops/mop heads
- large black trash bags
- new women’s underwear, all sizes
- tote bags/reusable shopping bags
- 8 ½ x 11 copy paper
In this free class on June 5 at 6:00pm students will learn how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies. This class also teaches critical skills to respond to and manages an emergency until EMS arrives. If you would like to learn First Aid but do not need a course completion card this class is for you. It is ideal for students, parents, grandparents, babysitters and others interested in learning how to save a life.
Registration for this free class is required online or at the Way Library Information Desk.
When mysterious spacecraft touch down around the world, a team including linguist Louise Banks (Amy Adams) is assembled to investigate. As mankind teeters on the verge of global war, Banks and the team race against time for answers. To find them, she will take a chance that could threaten her life, and quite possibly humanity.
This film is rated PG-13. Seating is limited. First-come, first-seated.
Way Library welcomes Dr. Sheri Wells-Jensen, Associate Professor at Bowling Green State University, for a presentation on field linguistics and the accuracy of language learning in the Oscar-winning film “Arrival”. What did the movie get right? Where did it fall short? Come and find out!
This program is free and open to the public. Registration is not required. Refreshments will be provided.
Now on display are over fifty pieces of artwork by Perrysburg Junior High Students. PRIZM Creative Community continues its 2017 “Education Series” by highlighting the work of these area students. This is the 2nd Annual collection created by the 6th-8th graders from Maura Amato’s art classes at PJHS. The work will be available for viewing from Monday May 1 through Friday June 30 in the downstairs gallery during normal business hours.
In addition to sharing the talents of these talented students, part of the purpose behind this art exhibition is to promote community involvement among young artists and expose them to professional gallery experience. Items on display include two-dimensional and three-dimensional art in such mediums as tempera, watercolor, digital art, ceramics and colored pencil.
Students represented in the show include Mira Adkins, Zade Awad, Rachel Barbano, Brian Baroncini, Emma Bish, Tyler Bossa, Brandon Bowe, Caleb Christin, Jayden Deland, Kyle Eischen, Myah Ewing, Natalie French, Kamilah Gordon, Josh Harwell, Ashleigh Heitzel, Patrick Jacoby, Sierra Kernz, Aiden Kilbride, Alex Langenderfer, Noah Langford, Kacey Laumann, Lindsey Lazor, Trent Lincoln, Courtney Louderback, Luke Manges, Kalea Maronn, Scott Marsh, Alivia Marquis, Carley Marquis, Ewan Misiura, Emma Moser, Emily Myers, Elizabeth Nedley, Jacob Neifert, Tiana Nguyen, Andrew Palmer, Brody Pavlica, Patriot Pyne, Julia Rajner, Elise Randolph, Owen Recker, Muhammed Reed, Jenna Rettig, Jordan Roberts, Alejandro Rodriguez, Grace Rogers, Rojelio Sanchez, Ally Sherman, Sophie Smith, Abby St. Mary, Marissa Thomas, Connor Walindzak, Evan Wolaver, Sage Zeitler, and Tina Zhang.
PRIZM Creative Community is a 501 (c.) (3) Nonprofit organization, which supports education, service, and collaboration in the literary and visual arts. They receive partial funding from the Ohio Arts Council, Toledo Community Foundation, local businesses, and many generous individuals. Appreciation is expressed to The Way Public Library in Perrysburg for being the host venue for this year’s Education Series sponsored by PRIZM which has featured work by area professionals with preschool, junior high, and high school students.
Featured Image: “Fall” Watercolor by Marissa Thomas, age 14
Struggling with your resolution to eat better? Always eating on the go?
Registered Dietician Nicole Cousino with Mercy Health - Weight Management Solutions, will share insight on the basics of a healthy diet. Learn what the MyPlate model is and how to apply it to your daily life. Nicole will also discuss challenges we all face when trying to eat a healthy diet while leading active lifestyles.
This educational presentation is free and open to the public without registration. Refreshments will be provided.