The University of Mount Union Theatre Department will offer a preview of "A Christmas Carol", directed by Kevin Kern, Assistant Professor of Theatre. (jm)
Learn to Knit classes hosted at Rodman Library begin on Monday, Oct. 5, at 6:00 p.m. and will be held in the main auditorium. Taught by Jane Graham, a member of the KnitWits Needlework Circle, the classes continue on Monday, Oct. 12 & 19, and Tuesday, Oct. 27. New knitters will be working on a scarf and need to bring a pair of size 7 knitting needles and one skein of knitting worsted yarn.
A community spinning group meets at Rodman Public Library on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 9:30 a.m. in the front window area of the main lobby. The next meetings are scheduled for October 6 and 20. Bring your fibers and wheel or spindle. Anyone who spins, or who wants to learn how, is invited to network and compare notes.
Rodman Public Library has many books suited to every skill level and capable advisors to help locate the needed information. For more information on this or other programs/services offered by the library, call 330-821-2665, ext. 107.
Are you a book lover? Are you interested in meeting other book lovers to compare notes and have a lively discussion? Due to Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 7, join us at the evening book discussion group Monday, Sept. 14, at 6:30 p.m., in Rodman Public Library’s Alliance Room. An Hour Before Daylight: Memories of a Rural Boyhood, by Jimmy Carter is the book choice for discussion. The title is carried at Rodman Main Library. Come to the meeting and bring a friend.
The 2015 Fogle Author Series continues with children’s author Shelley Pearsall, who will be visiting in person at Rodman Library on Saturday, August 1, at 2:00 p.m. in the main auditorium. Pearsall will talk about her novel, All of the Above, inspired by actual events of four inner city students and their quest to build a world-record pyramid. During her visit she will take questions about the book and her life as an author. Pearsall grew up in Parma, Ohio, and has been a public school classroom teacher for twenty years.
Dan Skivolocke will present a program on the "Great Olive Poisoning"