This non-certification class is presented by the Perrysburg Fire Division. $5 payable at registration. Adult Hands-Only CPR; child CPR with breaths; adult and child AED use; infant CPR; and relief of choking in an adult, child, or infant.

Learn the basics of using a computer and Windows 10.  We will cover powering on and powering off a computer, the different parts of a personal computer system, navigating Windows' start menu, accessing settings, and more. We will also delve into some of the differences between this version and previous versions of Windows.  Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Monday, May 21.

Wow! Over 10,000 books for sale! We've got so many books! Don't miss the big Summer Sale; you're sure to find something for your collection!

  • $5 per small bag
  • $15 per large bag
  • Some individually priced.

We accept cash, check, or credit card. Sponsored by Way Public Library Foundation & Friends.

Injuries can happen at any time; in an emergency, immediately receiving care can be the difference between life and death. This free hands-on training, presented by Mercy Health - St. Vincent’s Trauma Program, will give you the confidence to assist someone in a life threatening situation until help arrives. 

Free. Registration required at Way.

You and your child (age 8 and older) will learn cupcake decorating techniques that you will be able to use for any cake project in this Fourth of July-themed class.  Participants are to bring three to six baked cupcakes per student and three empty containers with lids per student for mixing frosting.  The rest of the supplies will be provided.  Registration is required and there is a fee for the program ($8 for adult, $4 for child).

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 Catalog, Library Databases, Blogs, and much more.  Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Monday, May 21.

Please join Dr. Nicole M. Jackson, Assistant Professor of History at Bowling Green State University, as she considers the significant role that southern migration played in creating Toledo as we know it today. From the 1930s Southerners left the South by car, train and bus heading North, East and West. Thousands of people settled in Toledo, expanding the Black population and changing the city’s Black communities from largely Ohio-born to Southern rooted.

You and your child (age 8 and older) will learn how to make three different summer themed cupcakes.  Have fun making a pool cupcake, a grill cupcake with candy shish-ka-bob, and a cheeseburger cupcake.  Please bring at least 3 VANILLA cupcakes and 4 containers with lids to mix frosting PER student.  The rest of the supplies will be provided.  Registration is required and there is a fee for the program ($10 for adult, $5 for child).