Five seniors from the University of Mount Union will be presenting their culminating projects for their class, "Modern Heroes: Nobel Prizes and Other Academic Awards." The presentations will be 12 minutes long about the specific award, one selected awardee's work and its impact on society. The students are under the direction of Prof. Keith Miller. 3-31-16 pas
Be the live game piece that plays on a giant game board. Come to the Main Auditorium on Thursday, Aug. 25, from 3:00-5:00 p.m., and play on a larger-than-life scale of favorite classic games —MONOPOLY... JENGA... SCRABBLE... BATTLESHIP... PAC-MAN will be offered. Those participants who wish to play Battleship should be prepared to get WET! Prizes will be awarded. For teens, ages 12-18 — no registration is needed. For more information call 330-821-2665, ext. 214.
Tour, stories, activities for AELS preschoolers and their parents. (3-28-16 jm)
Tour, stories, activities for preschoolers and their parents. (3-28-16 jm)
Meeting of the Alliance/Marlington Anti-Drug Coalition. 3-24-16 pas
The public is invited to attend our 5th Annual Summer Art Experience Gala. Students ages 5-13 who have taken art lessons at the library during June and July will have their pieces on exhibit in the Auditorium, Gallery and Children's Program Room. A slide show of photographs taken during the art lessons will be shown in the Children's Program Room. Refreshments will be served in the auditorium. (3-22-16 jm)
All teens, ages 12-18, plan on an exciting Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Tournament at Rodman Library on Thursday, Apr. 21, from 3 to 5 p.m., in the main auditorium. This will be a “constructed” tournament and the “advanced” rules for this tournament will be followed. Each match will be head-to-head, best of three, with a time limit of 25 minutes per match. A complete list of banned and limited cards can be found at http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/limited/index.html.
Need help with a needlework project? Jane Graham, who teaches the needlework class, will be at the main library the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month – from 1 to 3 p.m.– following the KnitWits class. She will help you find a solution or answer for that crochet, knitting, or other type of needlework project you are doing. Also during Needlework Help, Graham will be teaching those interested how to knit a sweater. Bring a solid color of 12 to 14 ounces of knitting worsted yarn and sizes 10 and 13 circular needles to the beginning of the session. No registration is needed.