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.
Japan Performance-University of Findlay
Red Cross Meeting
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.
Kids grades 2-6 this program is for you. The first Tuesday of the month is dedicated to Tween fun. Activities will change every month. Games, crafts, snacks. Come find out what Miss Erin has planned!