Cars have changed. So have traffic rules, driving conditions and the roads you travel every day.  Some drivers age 50-plus have never looked back since they got their first driver's license, but even the most experienced drivers can benefit from brushing up on their driving skills.

This AARP driver safety course, sponsored by the Wood County Committee on Aging, will teach you the current rules of the road, defensive driving techniques and how to operate your vehicle more safely in today's increasingly challenging driving environment. You will also learn how to manage and accommodate common age-related changes in vision, hearing and reaction time.   Cost for the class is $15 for AARP members and $20 for non-members.  Register for the course at Way Library or the Perrysburg Area Senior Center.

We’re spring cleaning! There’s no telling what you’ll find at our once-in-a-blue-moon garage sale. Come early for the best selection. 

In this touching comedy/drama set in 1960s Buenos Aires, 8-year-old Valentin is raised by his poor grandmother and dreams of becoming an astronaut. Valentin, who is delightful and funny, has been completely abandoned by his mother and severely neglected by his father, who only uses him to attract new girlfriends. Longing for a real family, he takes matters into his own hands. Youthfully innocent one moment and wise beyond his years the next, Valentin continually captivates us as he sets out to make sense of his family life and the adults who have made such a mess of it.

This film is in Spanish with English subtitles.  Adults only.  This film is rated PG-13 and is 1 hour and 26 minutes long.  

Way Library welcomes Becky White-Schooner of Schooner Farms for an insightful look at how plant medicine was used when medical supplies were scarce and many doctors had little training. This presentation will intrigue both history buffs and plant lovers!

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

Way Library, in cooperation with the League of Women Voters of the Perrysburg Area (LWVPA), welcomes Karl Gebhardt from the Ohio EPA, and Sandy Bihn, Executive Director of the Lake Erie Waterkeeper, who will offer perspectives on the Clean Water Act and the “impaired” designation which would require regulations on the Maumee River Basin.

It is believed that only two populations of lake sturgeon remain in Lake Erie.  Through physical habitat assessments done by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and project partners it is believed that the Maumee River is a suitable river for lake sturgeon restoration.  This presentation will share information and underwater video taken during those assessments.  It will also discuss the historical status of lake sturgeon, reasons for their decline and the on-going restoration efforts. 

Justin is a fisheries biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Alpena Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office – Waterford Substation. His area of expertise is lake sturgeon biology and management, however he is also involved with fish habitat restoration efforts in the SCDRS and fish passage projects in the Saginaw Bay watershed.  

Justin has a Master’s Degree in Biological Sciences at Michigan Technological University in 2004, studying lake sturgeon in the Big Manistee River. His undergraduate work was completed at Michigan State University where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Fish and Wildlife in 2002. Justin has worked as a tribal fisheries biologist for the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians where he was involved with the inland consent decree negotiations between the State of Michigan and 1836 Ceded Territory signatories and at Cornell University studying coldwater fish in Adirondack streams and lakes.  

Admission and refreshments are free of charge. No reservations required.

In this thrilling episode of ‘The Secrets of the Six Wives”, Worsley presents the last three wives of Henry VIII: Anne of Cleves, called “ugly”; young Catherine Howard, whose tragic childhood was abusive; and finally, the far from saintly nurse, Katherine Parr. Join us for the intrigue!

Admission and refreshments are free of charge. Registration is not required.

Join us for a special presentation as author Brian Miller shares a lifetime of experiences fishing walleye on the Maumee River.  Brian will reveal special techniques, secret tips, and the best timeframes for targeting trophy walleye.  

Avid anglers and non-fishermen alike will be entertained by Brian’s presentation, as his knowledge and narrative skills are combined for an informative and engaging talk.

Hear from Brian about how to catch walleye during all types of river and weather conditions as he describes ways to identify top walleye locations and techniques for placing lures in the river structure that walleye can’t resist. Find out how to capitalize on walleye during all phases of the spawning period and learn Brian’s best-kept secrets for locating and catching walleye in the toughest conditions the Maumee River can provide. 

Brian Miller’s book, Walleye Run, will be available for purchase and signing. 

Admission and refreshments are free of charge. No reservations required. Sponsored by Wood County Park District.