In honor of Family History month, Findlay-Hancock County Public Library will hold a program about FamilySearch, a computer database containing millions of genealogical records. Basic tips and advice about using this database will be presented by library staff member Justin Crawfis. Children are welcome to attend if accompanied by a parent or guardian. Registration is not required.
Cooking pumpkin. Fall has arrived and it's time to get pumpkins! Pumpkins are one of the widely grown vegetables that are incredibly rich in vital anti-oxidants and vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin E. Pumpkin can be used in a variety of delicious recipes including: pies, pancakes, custards, soufflés, stuffing, and soups. Roasted pumpkin seeds can also be eaten as snacks. Come and learn new pumpkin recipes.
The Master Gardeners will have various stations set up with answers to a wide range of subjects, including but not limited to: composting, fertilizers, plants, bugs, soil, tools, and gardening tips. Learn how you could become a Master Gardener. Stay as little or as long as you like. Don't miss this opportunity to get your gardening questions answered.
September 17: The Prayer Box by Lisa Wingate. With charm and humor, these novels explore the everyday joys, frustration, and sorrows of lives quietly led. Gentle reads can be found across many genres, however, they are not likely to be in horror genres. The realities of sex, violence, and other passions are downplayed and are never presented in a graphic manner.
Friends of the Library Meeting/Program. Wednesday, October 1. 7:00-8:30 p.m. Mrs. Cindy Romick, Children's Services Manager, will highlight programs and initiatives in the Children's Services Department, including the staff experience at the Mazza Institute. The meeting is open to the public.