This afternoon book club meets the first Thursday of each month from 1:00-3:00. New members are always welcome. Book discussion for March is The Story Teller by Jodie Picoult.
Join the members of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War and guest speaker, Dr. Fred Marquinez, M.D. as he shows and tells of the medical advancements made during the Civil War. Medical artifacts will be on display.
The Cuyahoga Falls Library will be hosting a blood drive in the Sutliff meeting room. Please call 1-800-Give-Life to schedule an appointment. All blood types and walk-ins are welcome.
Join Bea Thursday, February 20 at 6:30 to make a neck wrap. The wraps are filled with flaxseed which is hypoallergenic and does not burn. Fabrics will vary. $10 materials fee. Registration is required.
Learn about Cuyahoga Falls Community Gardens at Keiser Park. This is an opportunity to gather information on growing your own sustainable, affordable, healthy food. New gardeners may sign up for garden plots from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 11. Join us at 7 - 8:30 p.m for our informational monthly meeting with experienced gardeners and master gardeners. Everyone is welcome. For questions call: Carole & Larry Rice 330-923-4524.
Hear interesting tidbits about the Wetmores, Sills, Newberrys, Sacketts and more. Light refreshments will be offered. Oakwood Chapel Cat's Meow's and Chapel Window Note Cards will be available for purchase. Learn how you can become a Friend of Oakwood Chapel.
Join Dianne Allison as she tells the interesting life story of Captain & Mrs. Martin Van Buren Bates and how they settled in Seville, Ohio.
O SAY CAN YOU SEE? The 1812 Flag and National Anthem Bicentennial 2014 As we celebrate the Bicentennial of the Star-Spangled Flag of 1812, learn why the flag was made and how it inspired our National Anthem as it flew over Fort McHenry in Baltimore while the British attached.
Join the members of the Cuyahoga Falls Historical Society and guest speaker, Ray Hoffman, as he shows and tells about the National WASP World War II Museum in Sweetwater, TX. These women were the first to fly American military aircraft and forever changed the role of women in aviation. This program is free and open to the public.