Sleep is an essential part of survival, and suffering from sleep disorders can negatively affect quality of life and functioning during the day. Dr. Michael Neeb, Sleep Specialist, will discuss techniques that can improve the overall quality of your sleep. 

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

Way Library welcomes accomplished writer and public speaker Kevin Hofmann for a presentation on his book, Growing Up Black in White. This compelling memoir reveals his difficulties and joys growing up in a diverse family –particularly during a time and in a location where acceptance was tentative and emotions regarding race ran high and hot.

This program is free and open to the public; no registration required.

In this three-session class, Dorothy Stanton will guide you as you document your life story for your family and loved ones. She will offer examples, inspiration, and resources to get you started on this one-of-a-kind literary journey. All you need is a notebook and pencil. Writing skills are not necessary.

Registration is required.

A wife questions her life choices as she travels to Stockholm to see her husband receive the Nobel Prize for Literature. Starring Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce.

Adults only. Rated R for language and sexual content. Seating is limited and offered on a first-come, first-seated basis.

The Way Public Library is now offering 3D printing, but what is 3D printing exactly? This class will cover what 3D print is and how you can use it in everyday applications. We will take a look at what equipment is available at the library and how it differs from other types of 3D printers. This program is intended to provide more information for those who may not want to attend a hands-on class as their first step.

Refreshments will be provided. This program is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Adam Marier, Technology Specialist, at 419-874-3135 ext. 120 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Way Library welcomes Tamia Land, independent researcher, period clothing manufacturer, and costumed interpreter at Fort Meigs, for a discussion on what children wore in the early 19th century. Ms. Land will discuss how clothing followed fashion and sometimes led to changes in adult fashions. The talk will include pictures of extant clothing and a display of reproduction clothing.

This program is free and open to the public; no registration required.

Learn the basics of Dremel's 3D Slicer software in this hands-on class. Way Library’s Dremel 3D45 printers require a specific file type to print and we’ll explore how it works here. We'll practice finding existing 3D models, importing 3D models in the Slicer and preparing them to print (slicing them).

Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Sunday, August 31.

We may face unexpected challenges when the time comes to make end-of-life decisions in an ethically responsible way for ourselves or our loved ones. Dr. Jan C. Heller, who served as a bioethicist and a priest in the Episcopal Church, will discuss some of the tools available to guide decision makers in the face of such challenges. 

Sponsored by Zoar Lutheran Church Perrysburg.  This program is free and open to the public.  Registration is not required.