This terrific event is open to children in Kindergarten through Grade 5 (Children must be accompanied by an adult and adults must be accompanied by a child, please!) EXPLORE the corn maze. DISCOVER your own pumpkin in the pumpkin patch. EXPERIENCE the petting zoo, hay rides and yard games. Registration is required and space is limited for this free program. Contact the Children's Desk at John McIntire Library for more information and to register - 740.453.0391, ext. 115.
John McIntire Library
Please join us for this informative program covering topics like diabetes management, convenient tips for eating healthy and staying active, basics about insulin and GLP-1 agonists and a demonstration of how to use Novo Nordisk devices. There will also be complimentary take-home information, recipe cards and diabetes friendly light refreshments. Registration is requested for this free program and can be completed by contacting the Reference Desk at John McIntire Library - 740.453.0391, ext. 116 or 132.
When John "Appleseed" Chapman died in Indiana in 1845, stories of the eccentric apple tree planter survived in the oral traditions of dozens of Midwestern communities where he had spent his life. In the decades after his death, many of these stories made it into print in regional histories and national magazines, and thus the legend of Johnny Appleseed was born. This talk will examine some of the most persistent variants of the Johnny Appleseed story, including one which portrays Chapman as a selfless and self-denying St.