Author Frank Kuron will review movements throughout our region during the War of 1812 and unravel the mystery of "Who Killed Tecumseh?”  Richard M. Johnson rode the wave of credit all the way to the vice-presidency; however, an overwhelming amount of evidence suggests someone else may have actually done the deed.

Learn the basics of a royal icing flood technique to decorate seasonal themed cookies. Students should bring a container big enough to hold 3 cookies flat.  Registration is required at the Information Desk and there is a fee for the program ($5).  Adults only, please.

Join us for the 34th anniversary of the mystery comedy “Clue”.  Starring the incomparable Tim Curry, this cult classic is based on the famous board game – six strangers are invited to a remote mansion and must scramble to solve a murder.  Enjoy refreshments and see if you can figure out whodunit!

Learn the basics of using Microsoft Excel 2016. Attend this class to learn about cells, workbooks, cell formatting, functions, and equations. We will create a simple budget complete with formatting.

Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Monday, February 18.

Way Library and the League of Women Voters of the Perrysburg Area welcome Sam Nelson, associate professor and chair of the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at the University of Toledo, for a presentation on the stakes in campus debates over free speech.  Dr. Nelson will also discuss some general principles to use in considering campus conflicts and show why they matter off campus to the broader environment for free speech in the United States.

Migraines affect millions of people. As one of the most frequent health conditions, sufferers of migraines can experience extreme pain, making even simple tasks difficult. Carmela Gonzales, MD, will share information about the risks, triggers, and symptoms you need to be aware of to help prevent severe migraine pain. 

Join instructor Wendy Bach to learn how to make a gravity-defying cake!  Please bring an 8” round cake.  Registration is required at the Information Desk and there is a fee for the program ($5).  Adults only, please.

A Faculty Fellow at BGSU’s Institute for the Study of Culture and Society, Dr. Melissa Miller’s research explores the unique challenges faced by mothers of young children on the campaign trail using the 2018 election as a case study.  A record number of women ran for elective office, and a record number won. Some of the most interesting campaigns were run by mothers of young children who emphasized their role as mothers on the campaign trail in ways never seen before. Through on-the-ground campaign observation, in-depth interviews, and analysis of campaign advertising, “Moms on the Run” exposes the breakthroughs made by “moms” on the campaign trail and the barriers they nevertheless encountered.