Your mother always told you that breakfast was the most important meal of the day. Believe it or not, research shows that she was right! Studies have shown that when children have breakfast, they are more alert, participate more fully in school activities, and they are usually on their best behavior. Learn new easy recipes to help brighten your family's breakfast.
Genealogy Lock-in. Library staff and Hancock County Genealogical society volunteers will be available to assist with genealogical research. Participants may bring an optional brown bag lunch/supper. Registration is required, and may be done either in person at the library or by calling in to the reference desk at 419-422-1712.
Bring in an antique and nationally recognized appraiser Anne Stratton will identify the use, desirability and resale value. Limit of two items per person. No weapons, rugs, stamps or coins. Atnqiues are items that are 100 years old -- up to the 1950's. After 1950, an item is considered a collectable. Only antique items will be appraised. Registration required.
Join us for this introductory class covering topics such as tailoring your settings, setting up iCloud and searching the web on your Ipad. Bring your own iPad or followi along with ours.
There are times when a quick "pick-me-up" is what you need to help get thruogh the day. Our lives can get busy but remember quick fixes can apply to healthy snacks too. Dips present a perfect opportunity to sneak healthy fruits and vegetables into your family diet. Join Karen McDougal from the Ohio Extension Agency to learn delicious recipes for dips.