History comes alive through portrayals of Wood Countians during the 1920s-1930s. Sponsored by the Wood County Historical Society this sneak-peek of their Living History Day promises to educate and entertain.

Bring your camera or phone and take a guided walk through downtown Perrysburg.  You’ll have a chance to take pictures of whatever strikes your fancy and some may even be exhibited at the library! 

Participants can register online; space is limited.

Sign up for this one and a half our workshop to learn about mailing lists and mail merges using Microsoft Office.  First, we will create a mailing list using Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access.  After we have create the mailing list, we will merge it into Microsoft Word to make both letters and envelopes. Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Monday, July 23.

Meet at the BGSU at Levis Commons building (1655 N. Wilkinson Way) for a tour of the massive NW Ohio Regional Book Depository which currently holds 1.25 million items. As part of the tour, you will learn the Depository storage- and retrieval-methods, how big data is used to manage the collection, and get to see for yourself what 10,000-square-feet of books looks like.

Participants can register online starting July 12th; space is limited. The program is free but you must provide your own transportation to the book depository.

Way Library welcomes Dr. Charles Beatty Medina, Associate Professor of History at the University of Toledo, for a presentation on the Latin Origins of America.  This program will look at popular media and recent historical findings that transform our ideas, as Americans, of “who are we?” and “where do we come from?” 

Microsoft Word has many pre-made templates available to use.  In this one and a half hour workshop, we will cover creating memos, invoices, business letters and more. Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Monday, July 23.

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. 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..