Do you like taking things apart to see how they work? And do you like (or have you liked) to play with toys? (Age doesn't matter, after all!) Then the Maker Club's "Take Apart Toys" event on Wednesday, November 18th at 7:00pm in the Dover Room is for you!
Bring in a toy (or several) you'd like to take apart to see how it works (but check the internet first to make sure it's nothing valuable! Broken toys would be a great idea). Learn about what components you may find! There will be screwdrivers, scissors, seam rippers, and more for all "reverse elves."
Register online, call 440-250-5460, or stop by any public service desk to sign up. All ages welcome, but those under 18 must bring a parent/guardian with them to sign the waiver.
October is here, and Halloween is just over a week away. As the day quickly approaches for ghosts, ghouls, and all manner of spooky, creepy, freaky things, why not check out some "scary good" music to set the mood?
I'm always looking for cool new websites. This post is one of my newer finds. Ever wonder what was popular in music in a specific decade or genre? Well, The Music Timeline takes information from people's posts on Google Music and uploads it into a timeline that shows you what was popular and includes links so that you can add your favorites to your Google Play Music account!
As another summer becomes just a memory, fall beckons with crunchy leaves underfoot and the smell of apple pie wafting through the air. Here in Northeast Ohio we have Johnny Appleseed to thank for the abundance of orchards just waiting to be picked!
Are you looking for something fun to do this weekend? Do you enjoy good music and classic films? Then join us on September 26th from 2:00-3:30pm for another session of music history and fun!
Hello Westlake, are you ready for the 67th annual Emmy Awards? It premiers this Sunday, September 20th on Fox.
This intertwining of fairy tales, suspense, and mystery is the second novel by writer Carol Goodman, published in January 2003. Though it has aged a little, it is still an enticing read, and winner of the 2003 Hammett Prize, given by the International Association of Crime Writers, North American Branch (IACW/NA) each year since 1991 to a Canadian or US citizen or permanent resident for a book in English in the field of crime writing.