As a nation, we continue to be haunted by the Civil War. Presented by the Largely Literary Theater Company co-founders Sara Showman (from the South) and Mark Dawidziak (from the North), this hour show blends both actual and literary ghost stories from Ohio and other states, including South Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee. Literary selections include poetry by Walt Whitman and a ghostly tale by Ohio native (and Civil War veteran) Ambrose Bierce. The show also features a special selection about Abraham Lincoln.
This is a class for beginners in using the computer for genealogical research. Learn where to get faily charts and forms, where to find vital records, and how to use various websites and databases. Personal laptops, etc. are welcome. Registration is required.
Join the community to learn more about energy conservation strategies. Enjoy refreshments and a free home energy conservation kit while supplies last.
Student Ambassador Awards will be at 7 p.m.
Join members of the Cuyahoga Falls Historical Society and their special guest D.J. Reiser who will show and talk about Vicksburg and why it was so important. The U.S.S. Cairo will also be shown and discussed.
Learn how to create a impressive resume and cover letter using Microsoft Word. Learn how to use templates, saving on flash drives and sending attachments via e-mail. registration is required.
RiverFall is returning to perform it special brand of folk-rock and pop hits from the famous as well as the band's own original tunes. RiverFall has selected a lot of band and fan favorites to perform.
A travelogue with John Rodgers.
Carl Hegyi from National College will be on hand to teach participants why a resume is necessary no matter what job they are applying for, what key words and information should and should NOT be on a resume, and how to make their resume stand out. Registration is requested.
Tom will present a collection of tunes in the finger styles of the late Chet Atkins, Merle Travis and today's artists. There will be some oldies, a classic or two and Tom's own music.
Search for buried treasure with local author, Roger Bartley.
Henry Muselle is searching for treasure in Minerva, Ohio buried by his ancestors during the French-Indian War. Joined by a group of high school students, they uncover clues with modern research and old-fashioned leg-work. Standing in their way is the owner of a construction company who will do anything to stop them. Copies of Roger's book will be available for purchase and signing.