Boy Scouts of America
Boy Scouts of America
Arlene Schwartz will present a program about the history of Christmas villages on Monday, December 5, at 7:00 p.m. in Rodman Main Auditorium. When Schwartz first started collecting Christmas villages, she purchased a ceramic church and carolers without realizing it was part of a series. This led to a new hobby collecting Christmas villages that lasted several decades. Eventually, the collection became so large she donated it to the Salem Storybook Museum where everyone can enjoy it during the holiday season. This program is free and open to the public.
Emily Edwards, a Registered Nurse and Public Health Nurse from the Alliance City Health Department, will present a “Safe Sleeping Practices for Infants” program on Monday, October 24, from 7 to 8 p.m., in Rodman Main Auditorium. Topics such as what constitutes a safe sleep environment will be discussed—how to position your baby for sleep, what baby should wear for sleeping, where a baby should and should not sleep, and safety in the crib. Edwards will also talk about risk factors for SIDS. She will give information on what services are available locally, including contact information.
Teens, 12-18, are invited for a “Teen Trivia Night” on Thursday, Sept. 22, from 3 to 5 p.m., in Rodman Main Auditorium. All trivia questions are centered around pop culture, fandoms, video games, and YA books. Teens work in teams of three, with a total of three rounds for the trivia event. Each round imitates a famous television game show, with Round One much like Wheel of Fortune as teens guess the clue by guessing a series of letters. In Round Two, teens have to match with other members of their team to earn points, similar to Match Game.
A book club for teens, ages 12-18 years, meets the second Tuesday of the month with the focus on a different book each month. Please note October’s meeting is on the first Tuesday, Oct. 4, from 3:30-4:30 p.m., in the Library’s Main Auditorium. Wings of Fire, by Tui T. Sutherland, is the October selection. Teens will have a chance to talk about the chosen book. Crafts will be offered to correspond with the book. Snacks and beverage will be available. To sign up for the book club call the Reference Desk at 330-821-2665, or just stop by.
Richard Haldi presents The Meyers Lake Story: a Mansion in the Wilderness, on Monday, October 3, at 7:00 p.m., in Rodman Main Auditorium. Haldi, who resides at Meyers Lake and runs a guesthouse next to his home, brings a fascinating story to the audience about a wealthy foundry owner from Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. Andrew Meyer had an unusual dream after the War of 1812. He wanted to build a mansion in the wilderness of Ohio.