Family Game Day

boardgamesSaturday, April 19
9am-2pm

Play various well known board games and create a game or two to take home. All ages welcome. Children must be accompanied by a caregiver. No registration required.  

 

Hoopla Digital Access

Beginning May 1, Reed Memorial Library patrons will have mobile and online access to thousands of movies, television shows, and music albums through a new partnership with Hoopla Digital.
For more information call (330) 296-2827 (ext. 200).

Puzzle Exchange

puzzleSaturday, May 10

9am-1pm

On the second Saturday of each month join Reed Memorial Library for a Puzzle Exchange.
Puzzle enthusiasts can swap, switch and trade puzzles and some board games.
No registration is required for this free program, and participants may come and go throughout the length of the exchange.

 

Mother's Day Tea

teaSaturday, May 10
10am

Children ages 3 and up are invited to bring their Mother, Grandmother or Caregiver to enjoy muffins and tea while working on crafts and activities together. Registration required.
 

Adult Book Discussion

bookOn Wednesday, May 14 from 7-8 p.m., adults are invited to Reed Memorial Library for an informal discussion of “The Paris Wife” by Paula McLain.
This book follows the life of Ernest Hemingway’s first wife, Hadley, as she navigates 1920s Paris.

Lego Club

legoKids in grades K-5 can join us at Reed Memorial Library Thursday, May 15, from 6:30-7:15 p.m. to complete a LEGO creation based on a theme.  
We will supply the LEGOs, and meet on the third Thursday of every month.
Registration is required for this free event.  
For more information call (330) 296-2827 (ext. 300).
 

Bigfoot Sightings in Ohio

bigfootBring the whole family to Reed Memorial Library on Saturday, May 17 from 2:00-4:00 p.m., to hear Mark Maisel discuss his experience leading expeditions and investigating reports of Bigfoot sightings.
According to the Bigfoot Researchers Organization (BFRO), Ohio is ranked in the top five states for Bigfoot/Sasquatch sightings, and Portage County has the most sightings of any county in the state.

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