Celebrate Easter and learn to make delicious and cute yellow chicks and little bunny cupcakes. Cake decorating expert Wendy Bach will present a fun and informative hands-on class to learn the necessary techniques for baking and frosting these adorable cupcakes. The cost is $8.00

Registration at the Information Desk is required and begins on January 2, 2018. All supplies will be provided.

Alleged interference in board of elections functions in some areas of the country has brought increased attention to the integrity of our elections. Way Library, in cooperation with the League of Women Voters of the Perrysburg Area (LWVPA) welcomes Carol DeJong and Terry Burton, Wood County Board of Elections Directors, who will provide an update on what is occurring in technology and administration to continue keeping this important democratic process safe and easily accessible to all.

“One chance meeting, two changed lives.”

In this heartwarming British comedy, Sarah Palfrey (Joan Plowright) is a newly independent widow who hopes to avoid a mundane existence in Scotland by moving to London where she can spend quality time with her grandson Desmond who works in the city. She gamely moves into a slightly stodgier than expected London retirement hotel and sets about making a new life for herself. Actual events don’t live up to her hopes, as Desmond can’t even be troubled to return her calls. A chance meeting with an impoverished young writer, however, leads to an unlikely but meaningful friendship and an unintentional deception.

Adults only/in English/1hr 48min

Way Library welcomes Dr. Venu Dasigi, Professor of Computer Science and Interim Dean of the College of Technology, Architecture, and Applied Engineering at Bowling Green State University, for a discussion on artificial intelligence.  Is the “intelligence” of HAL in “2001: A Space Odyssey” a cause for concern?  What is the status of artificial intelligence today and should humans be wary of it?

Whether you have a digital SLR, a “point-and-shoot,” or a cell phone camera, David Stafford will show you how to pre-plan and capture impressive still images of your travels to create a visual story of your experiences. No photography experience necessary. 

Please note: This workshop was originally scheduled for March 6, but is now happening on March 27.

Released in 1998 and now available as a free download, you are invited for an old school LAN party that includes some face-to-face real time strategy. Enjoy the game that changed the video game landscape and created uncounted memes and memories. We’ll provide the computers, software, space marines, zealots and zerglings. You’ll have to bring you’re “A game,” though!

Join us in the Technology Lab for a little nostalgia and some real time strategy. Game formats will include both cooperative and PVP.

This program is for adults but younger fans of the StarCraft franchise will be allowed to attend.  

Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Monday, January 1. Refreshments will be provided. This program is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Travis McAfee, Systems Administrator, at 419-874-3135 ext. 103 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Join us before the premiere of the movie adaptation as we hold a party for Ernest Cline’s bestselling novel, Ready Player One.

Starting description…

C:\>use the Oculus Rift
C:\>listen to retro music
C:\>compete on throwback video games
C:\>munch on themed refreshments
C:\>and more!

Is knee pain preventing you from enjoying life? Dr. Brad Morse, Mercy Health Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, will share insight on Mercy’s new robotic knee replacement procedure using the NAVIO Surgical System.