Women and girls are invited to learn how to protect themselves, including techniques to attack a foe's weak spots and end a violent encounter with minimal self-risk. Presented by Petrosino Personal Well Being Foundation. Call 330-928-2117 to register. Free!
Enjoy an interactive comedy experience with Point of No Return Improv. Audience members provide inspiration in the form of suggestions from which original scenes are created. Brave volunteers may even find themselves on stage being serenaded or used as props by the cast.
The Performance Review Task Force will meet at 2 p.m in the library's board room.
Experience the rhythm and soul of the Appalachians with the Summit-Up Cloggers. The group will talk about the history of clogging and explain some of the simple steps used in their performance. Free!
In a world divided by factions based on virtues, Tris learns she's Divergent and won't fit in. When she discovers a plot to destroy Divergents, Tris and the mysterious Four must find out what makes Divergents dangerous before it's too late. Rated PG-13.
Join The Griefcare Place for a general bereavement class for adults. Learn about the stages of grief and how to move forward in the healing process.
Join author Nancy Wilson and other local writers to learn about getting published. Bring your ideas, writings, readings and critiques to share!
The Laughing Club does simple exercises to boost energy and relieve stress. All ages are welcome.
In the 1880s, Victorians were crazy for crazy quilts. Learn the social context, artistry and needlework techniques of these ‘show’ quilts. Victorian era expert Laura Loew will bring antique crazy quilts to show and discuss.
This is the first meeting of a new monthly book club for adults. Attendees will help to select books for future meetings.