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.

Way Library welcomes John Presloid for a presentation on his five days as a “Jeopardy!” contestant. Mr. Presloid will discuss his experiences with the show – growing up watching it, trying out, auditioning, taping, and the post-show events and opportunities that resulted from his appearance.

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

Ireland awoke to the beginning of the Great Hunger in 1845. Join Terence O’Leary, Irish-American author, as he discusses the heartbreaking stories of the Irish during the five long years of the Potato Famine. While it was a time of great injustice when more than one million Irish died, it also became a tragic blessing for over one million Irish who fled to America and survived.

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

Senior cardio focuses on movement, coordination, and reflexes. It is an intermediate level class for the active senior who is able to stand for at least 20-30 minutes (a chair will be provided for seated routines).

Register online starting May 12th. Please indicate if you are a member of Silver Sneakers when registering.

An engaging discussion of the Book-to-Action book, So You Want to Talk About Race, facilitated by Dr. Jolie Sheffer, Director of the Institute for the Study of Culture & Society (ICS) at Bowling Green State University.

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

Don’t send another vacuum cleaner to the landfill! Bring your broken unit to this free, hands-on clinic where Jim Hagen will guide you in troubleshooting, disassembly, and repair. Please bring along any tools or parts which you think may be helpful to repair your item. Register online for either 9:30am or 11:00am.

Co-sponsored by Keep Perrysburg Beautiful.

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 what 10,000-square-feet of books looks like.

Participants can register online starting May 20th; space is limited. The program is free but you must provide your own transportation to the book depository.

In an emergency, immediately receiving care can be the difference between life and death. This hands-on training by Mercy Health -St. Vincent’s Trauma Program will give you the confidence to assist someone in a life-threatening situation.

Registration is required.