Every day walking increases stress on feet and ankles. This can lead to fractures, dislocations, ligament/tendon disorders, and more. Join Dr. Clay Carmody, Mercy Health – Orthopaedic Surgeon, to learn about these conditions and treatment options.
Way Library welcomes Ft. Meigs director Geoff Earnhart for a discussion of his experiences leading soldiers in northern Iraq from 2004 to 2005. Mr. Earnhart will describe how his personal experiences fit into the larger picture of the Iraq War and the US Army's efforts to combat the Iraqi insurgency.
Learn to use Microsoft Word to draft everything from a resume to a letter to your congressman. This class will cover the very basics of word processing, such as learning correct typing methods, error correction, and text formatting, saving and opening documents and inserting pictures and clipart.
Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Monday, February 18.
What if you could engage in your favorite hobby and help others at the same time? If you know how to knit or crochet, Way Library invites you to join us in the “Warm Up America!” initiative by creating one or more 7” x 9” squares to be fashioned into a blanket or afghan for someone in need. Warm Up America! is a 501c3 nonprofit foundation which coordinates volunteer efforts and distributes afghans to individuals and families through community service organizations such as the American Red Cross. Agencies which have received donated afghans include women’s shelters, nursing homes, children’s hospitals, hospitals, hospices, daycare centers, veterans’ homes, churches, AIDS facilities, homeless shelters, and more.
If you know how to knit or crochet and would like to work on creating a square here at the library, the Witty Knitters have kindly extended an invitation for any knitter to join them from 12:00 – 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 2 in the library’s lower level meeting rooms. The Witty Knitters is a group of experienced local knitters and crocheters who meet once a week to stitch together. A pattern will be provided, but you will need to bring your own needles and yarn. Warm Up America! suggests using a medium weight, machine washable, and dryable acrylic yarn for your squares. For more information about the proper supplies and making squares, visit warmupamerica.org.
Are you applying too much mulch to your trees and landscape? Scott Kirby, Certified Arborist, will discuss the negative effects of “volcano mulching” and tell you how to calculate the actual amount needed. Sponsored by Keep Perrysburg Beautiful.
Improve your ability to capture images by understanding when and how to use the main features of your digital SLR camera. David Stafford, photographer, will conduct this hands-on workshop. Bring your camera, owner’s manual, and light lunch. $5 fee at registration at Way Information desk.
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. Adults only, please.
Based on the Mary Chase Pulitzer Prize-winning play, James Stewart plays tippler Elwood P. Dowd, whose companion is a six-foot invisible rabbit named Harvey. Josephine Hull plays his distraught sister and she won Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her performance.
Starring James Stewart and Josephine Hull. Featuring guest speaker Jan Wahl.