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Join Milann Daugherty, author of Your Affectionate Son: Letters from a Civil War Soldier, as she unveils fresh insight into the daily life of a soldier in the Civil War. Milann came across a box of yellowed letters in the bottom drawer of an old dresser, she discovered not only that the letters were all written by her great-great-uncle nearly one hundred and fifty years earlier but that they were a fascinating first-hand account of the Civil War as seen through the eyes of a young soldier.
Bring your favorite antique to the library and have it appraised by Susan Marocchino during this popular library program. Limit one item per person. Spectators are welcome and do not need to register. Registration begins May 5. Call (330) 688-3295 ext. 4 to register. Please call if you need to cancel your reservation. This free program is cosponsored by the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library and the Friends of the Library.
Millions of women face the challenges of thinning hair and how to manage it. Experts from the Hair Specialists of Hudson will discuss hair loss and demonstrate helpful techniques to cover or camouflage thinning hair. They will present clients who are willing to show their hair and how they maintain it. Your questions will be answered and your confidence will soar! Registration starts April 14. Call (330) 688-3295 ext. 4 or register online at www.smfpl.org. This free program is cosponsored by the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library and the Friends of the Library.
Join Andrea Love and enjoy some quality time with your little one! Mommy & Me is a fun-filled dance class that allows children and parents to interact in a playful environment. Through stretching, ballet, jazz and creative movement, children will improve their gross motor skills and musicality all while having lots of fun! Class is recommended for children ages 1 to 3 years old. Andrea is a professional belly dancer, instructor, and choreographer. She performs throughout Northeast Ohio. Registration starts April 7. Call (330) 688-3295 ext.
Just in time for Halloween! Join local historian and president of the William Wetmore Chapter Daughters of 1812, Sharon Myers, as she shows a PowerPoint presentation of historic, spooky and beautiful cemeteries in Summit County. While searching for the Veterans of the War of 1812 buried in Summit County, Myers discovered some interesting cemeteries with unusual histories. Learn about the background of some of these cemeteries that date back to the 1700s or before. Registration begins Sept. 29. Call (330) 688-3295 ext.
Don’t get caught off guard! Join Chris Verich, Summit County Deputy Director of Consumer Affairs, as he presents consumer safety tips for protecting yourself against scams and fraud. Hear about the latest scams that target consumers and how to recognize them.
People are often overwhelmed with the number of things to do in their lives. Join Account Executive of the Cuyahoga Falls News-Press, Mark Hersch as he demonstrates a five part outline that will explore time management and the importance of your schedule.
The public is invited to attend our Peeps Party, where we will be unveiling the winners of our first ever PEEPS DIORAMA CONTEST. (Click here for rules and entry form.) Participants in the contest as well as everyone at the party will be able to see all of the entries on display in our meeting room; everyone gets to vote for the PEEPLES CHOICE AWARD winner! Refreshments will be served (possibly some fresh peeps!).
How good are your observational skills? Play our annual APRIL FOOL’S DAY scavenger hunt, and you and your family could win a $75 giftcard to Books A Million! Drop by the library any time between 9am and 4pm on Saturday March 29 and search for OUT OF PLACE or UNUSUAL items in the library. The individual player or team who finds the most “silly” things, wins! Fun for the whole family. Cosponsored by the Friends of the Library.