Attention all cyclists and families! Don’t miss Dan Zaidman’s presentation, Everything Biking. Dan is the owner of Care-Free Bicycles and has over 15 years experience in the bicycle industry. He is excited to share his knowledge about local bike trails, trail etiquette, and bike safety. He will discuss how to choose the right bicycle and equipment and how to make basic repairs and maintain a well functioning bicycle. This will be an informal presentation so all questions are welcome.
Are you an educator or a school librarian?
Bring the entire family for the swinging sounds of clarinetist Bill Kenney, joined by guitarist Seth Rosen and Dave Huddleston on bass.
Enjoy an evening of jazz presented by the Community Jazz Band. This program is free and open to the public and will be held on the lawn (weather permitting—otherwise inside the library). No registration necessary.
Join us for a free concert and celebrate Pride in Library Week!
This concert will be held on the lawn (weather permitting—otherwise inside the library). No registration is necessary.
Delicious Handel’s Ice Cream Pops will be available beginning at 2 PM, compliments of the Friends of the Library.
Bill Mason will wrap up the Living History Series on June 21, speaking about his time with the British RAF, piloting a Lancaster Bomber.
Bring your favorite antique to the library and have it appraised by Susan Marocchino during this popular library program.
Registration begins on July 2 and is limited. Call 330-688-3295 ext. 4 or stop by the Information Desk to register. Please call if you need to cancel your reservation.
Join licensed personal chef, Sarah Mentzer of Home for Dinner, as she presents ‘Berry Bonanza’ in the Stow Room at the library. Watch her step-by-step cooking demonstrations and taste the sample recipes.
Registration starts May 17. Call 330-688-3295 ext. 4 or stop by the Information Desk to register. Please call if you need to cancel your reservation.
Enjoy sounds from the past as locally renowned acoustic guitarist Rick Iacoboni performs instrumental interpretations of the Beatles’ songs. Hear fascinating stories behind the Beatles’ influences in composing the songs, how the songs were written and little known facts about how they were recorded. Registration starts April 23 for this free program.
Call 330-688-3295 ext. 4 or stop by the Information Desk to register. This program is sponsored by Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library and the Friends of the Library.
The Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library is hosting a Living History Series with talks by people who were a part of some of the 20th Century’s most pivotal events. The series features one speaker per month and runs through June.
On Wednesday, May 16, William Perry will talk about his service with the highly decorated Buffalo Soldiers in Italy.