One in three American adults has pre-diabetes. Is it possible to prevent becoming a diabetic? What are the risk factors, symptoms, and different types? Get the answers to these and other questions in this four-week class where you will participate and learn about diabetes from Mercy Health Registered Nurses.
Registration is required for this free workshop.
Learn why we have stamps and how the art of collecting began in this introduction to stamp collecting for hobbyists of all ages. Gene Stutzenstein and Charles Hablitzel will share information on all things stamp-related, including what to look for, proper handling, storage, and more.
This program is free and open to the public. Registration is not required.
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 Saturday, August 31.
Way Library welcomes Dr. Ryan Ebright, Instructor in Musicology at Bowling Green State University, for a presentation on the music of video games. From its humble origins in the 8-bit gaming systems of the 1980s to the big-budget AAA games of today, music has been and continues to be a vital part of the video game experience. In this historical and technological overview of video game music, you’ll find out how and why video game music works the way it does. You’ll even have a chance to play some of your favorite classics, like Tetris and Super Mario Bros.
This program is free and open to the public; no registration required.
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.
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. Register online starting September 2.
This class takes place at the new Perrysburg Fire Station. Register at Way.
Students learn skills such as how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies. Also teaches critical skills to respond to and manage an emergency until EMS arrives. Cost: $5 payable by cash or check.
Registration is required at the Information Desk.
Learn to use PowerPoint to make slide displays and easy-to-use presentations.
Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Sunday, August 31.