We’ll watch the daily doings of the employees of Grace Brothers Department Store for two episodes of the beloved British series, courtesy of WGTE. Do join us (and bring your own teacup)!

This program is free and open to the public; no registration required. Adults only, please.

Keeping your computer files organized and easy to find is an integral part of being an efficient computer user. Learn how to save and organize documents, images, and other files. We will cover how to make folders, create short cuts, and save to a flash drive. We will also cover default file locations, One Drive, and more.

Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Thursday, May 30, 2019.

Learn how to use an internet browser to get around on the World Wide Web. Topics covered in this class will include internet safety, Google, Way Library’s catalog, library databases, blogs, Bing, and much more.

Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Tuesday, June 11, 2019.

Learn to create charts using Microsoft Excel 2016. Using existing spreadsheets, students will learn the process of creating pie charts, line charts, and more.

Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Thursday, May 30, 2019.

Join us for some friendly competition at PuzzlePalooza! You’ll participate as a team to complete a puzzle – the first team to finish wins. The maximum amount of team members is 4 and there will be two levels of competition – 300 pieces or 500-550 pieces.

Registration is required for this program and space is limited. Sign up starting June 27th.

Join Wendy Bach as she shows you how to make a gravity-defying cupcake.  All supplies will be provided.  Registration is required at the Information Desk and there is a fee for the program ($8 for the adult and $5 for the child).  Register both caregiver and child.  Minimum age is 6 years old.

Join us for a screening of this 1956 science fiction classic starring Walter Pidgeon and Anne Francis. Themed refreshments will be provided for an out of this world film experience!

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

Way Library welcomes Dan Masters, local historian, for a presentation on Toledo-area UFO sightings in 1952. Over the weekends of July 19-20 and 26-27 in 1952, air traffic controllers in Washington, D.C. detected unidentified flying objects in the skies over the capital. These sightings triggered national media coverage but also triggered a local component in northwestern Ohio: for five straight days (July 22-27, 1952), observers witnessed unexplained lights in the skies of the Toledo area, and struggled to understand what they meant.

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