Part of the Reduce Single-Use documentary series that illustrates the consequences of a throw-away lifestyle on our environment. This documentary from 2014 tells the story of Jean Hill, an 84-year old environmental activist, and her persistent attempts to have a bylaw enacted banning the sale of water in plastic bottles in Concord, Massachusetts. Will she ever prevail? Find out what happens after a tense nail-biter of a vote. 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.

Learn advanced cookie decorating techniques with instructor Wendy Bach. If you know the basics of royal icing flood techniques, then come learn a couple new, more advanced techniques to make your cookies stand out! 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.

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 February 24th ; space is limited. The program is free but you must provide your own transportation to the book depository.

Part of the Meet Your Local Businesses series sponsored by Way.

Len and Missy Kinor, Senior Living Advisors, will tell the personal story of why they became passionate about helping senior citizens. You will find out about the free services they provide and the necessity of having an estate plan. They will also inform you of the valuable information that should be shared with a trusted relative or friend, common legal documents that everyone needs to have in place, and how to find assisted living and memory care facilities in the area. Registration is not required for this free program.


Learn to create charts using Microsoft Excel 2016. Using existing spreadsheets, students will learn the process of creating pie charts, line charts, and more.

Registration for all Workplace Computer Skills programs begins 3 weeks before the date of the class. Register online or at the Information Desk.

It's on the Atlantic coast of southern Africa near Zimbabwe! Join Judy for a travelogue of her most recent and off-the-beaten-path adventure. Enjoy a safari with elephants, lions, giraffes, gnus and jackels, stay overnight in a not-quite-luxurious tent camp, visit the desert and spectacular sand dunes, and visit a native Himba village.

Join us for Way Library’s very first podcast night!  We’ll explore what it takes to produce a show, hear first-hand what it's like to run your own show, find out what it's like to be behind the microphone, and discuss some of the most popular podcasts around right now and services for listening to them.

The skin is the body’s largest organ, protecting you from germs and outside conditions. Join Dr. Erin Heuring, Dermatologist, who has a specialization in adult and adolescent skin care treatment, to understand the importance of taking proper care of your skin and how to identify different skin diseases.

Registration is not required for this free program.