Betty Darst is well known nationally for her living history portrayals. This in-demand speaker will share the stories of some of the most unsung heroines of World War II - the first American women to fly military aircraft. In addition to her role as a popular speaker, Betty is the vice president of the National Aviation Hall of Fame and an adjunct professor at Wright State University. This event is free and open to the public. To make your reservations, please call the Reference Desk at John McIntire Library - 740.453.0391, x 116 or 132.
John McIntire Library
Educators from across Muskingum County and surrounding counties are invited to attend the first annual Y-City Edcamp, a free "unconference" for educators. The idea is simple: educators have an opportunity to come together to share what works, to ask the questions that need answered, and to develop their next big idea. The session is driven by those who attend, and the topics up for discussion are the topics that they want to talk about. The general theme for this year's event is Literacy. Topics could include, but are not limited to:
Area families will enjoy this latest offering from the talented ArtReach actors of the Children's Theatre of Cincinnati. Beatrix Potter's most famous long-eared character grows up into a rambunctious teen - and he still can't stay out of the McGregor's garden! It seems that the Rabbit family must contend with the young Peter, whose goal is to get out of the humdrum life of the rabbit hole and play his guitar at "The Farm." Registration is required and space limited for this free program.