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We are ushering in the New Year with a new online calendar! Packed with tons of new features and an easier to use interface, we think you will love our new calendar for years to come!

Many of you are familiar with our older calendar’s ability to allow self-registration for popular events such as Storytime or computer classes, but this new system will also allow you to self-register for other library features, like One-On-One Technology Help and Meeting Room bookings. While we are not quite ready to roll out all the new features, we hope to have them available in the weeks to come.

Keep an eye on this space, Facebook, and our official website for these upcoming service options. You can visit our new online calendar by following (and bookmarking!) this link:

Join Way Library’s artist-in-residence Robert Vanitvelt for an interactive and hands-on art workshop! The entire family can work together to create a one-of-a-kind mural.

UPDATE:  This workshop is full and registration is now closed.

Sponsored by Way Public Library Foundation & Friends.

Join us at the library for a few hours of reading in silence together. Bring a book or grab one from the stacks, have a seat, sip on a beverage, and read. This party will feature themed refreshments and works by writers of the 1920s (but you can bring whatever you’d like to read)!

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

Learn current rules of the road, defensive driving techniques, possibly qualify for a discount on your auto insurance, and more.

This course is co-sponsored by the Wood County Committee on Aging. $15 course fee for AARP members or $20 for non-members due at class. Class size is limited.  Register online or at the Information Desk.

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 Tuesday, January 07.

The world’s most powerful defense establishment conducts operations, maintains bases, and influences events globally in the name of the American people. Former U.S. Army officer, Geoff Earnhart describes the modern United States military’s expansive, and often unrecognized, international and domestic role while exploring its mission, structure, and culture.

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

Part of the Reduce Single-Use documentary series that illustrates the consequences of a throw-away lifestyle on our environment.  While searching for the elusive blue whale, a journalist discovers plastic waste in what should be a pristine ocean. This documentary follows scientists and researchers around the world as they explore the fragile state of our oceans, uncover alarming truths about plastic pollution, and reveal working solutions. 

Registration is not required for this free program. Co-sponsored by Keep Perrysburg Beautiful - City of Perrysburg - Office of Litter Prevention & Recycling, and Way Public Library Foundation.

February is American Heart Month, which helps to raise awareness about heart health. One of the best ways to lower risk of heart disease is by getting a routine physical and by “knowing your numbers” Join Dr. Nicholas Espinoza to learn about what different health numbers mean and how they help lower your risk of heart disease. 

Registration is not required for this free program.