Learn how to determine your vulnerability, how to be ready with a self defense plan, and the most utilized ploys and cons used by attackers. Observe demonstrations of common attacks and options for survival. The class is taught by Nancy Proctor,a fourth-degree black belt in karate and a self-defense consultant for 25 years.
Join us for the introductory class covering topics such as tailoring your settings, setting up iCloud, and searching the web on your iPad. Bring your own iPad or follow along with library iPad. Registration required.
Attend a cooking class with Karen McDougall from the OSU Extension Office. Karen will present ideas on preparing food for a family picnic. Participants will receive delicious recipes! We all have a favorite summer memory, and most involve a family outing. Now it's time to make memories for your entire family. Come to a picnic cooking class.
Expand your genealogy research with the Ancestry Library Edition database, which is freely available at all Ohio public libraries. Learn helpful tips for using this genealogy database on Tuesday, May 20, from 1-2 p.m. in the Lindamood Room. No registration is required.
Lite Lit Lovers Book Discussion Group. Book Title: Innocence by Dean Koontz