It's never too late to learn how to use the Internet. Learn basic computer skills as well as how to use the world wide web. Class size is limited to 10. Participants must have mouse and keyboard knowledge. Registration is required.
Meet local author Don Fred as he talks about his new book; a serial killer mystery that takes place in Cuyahoga City. Also in this debut novel, secrets of the 1970 Kent State shooting will be revealed. Copies of Piscazzi’s Pizza will be available for purchase and signing.
Presented by Sharon Myers of DAR, hear how in July of 1813, when Croghan was only 21 years old, was placed in command at Fort Stephenson, Ohio, on the Sandusky River. In August the British and Indians under attacked the fort. Croghan, with only 160 men and one 6 lb. cannon, "Old Betsy", defeated them.
Join members of the Cuyahoga Falls Historical Society and their special guest speaker, Dale Leach as he tells of the flood of 1913 that left most of Ohio under water for over a week.
Join the members of the Cuyahoga Falls Historical Society and their guest speakers, Michele Copoly, author of “Living History, Dying Art: The History of Glendale Cemetery” and Bill Wilkerson, former City of Akron Engineer.
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A travelogue with John Rodgers
Join the lovely ladies of Visions of the Nile for a fun and energetic performance you won’t soon forget. See a gypsy dance, dances with wings, finger cymbals, veils, swords and more!
Join Dr. Heather Parr and Julie Lehman to enjoy an evening of familiar favorites, including the Big Band era hits, Broadway show tunes, and more.
Hear a wide variety of Chinese music on traditional wind, string, and percussion instruments, including both lyrical "silk and bamboo" pieces as well as festive music for winds and percussion.