This is the book I've been recommending to everyone this year. You can't put it down until you're done, and once you're done you can't stop thinking about it. It's a terrifyingly perfect read for October. Don't open your eyes. If you do, you will see something that will cause you to go insane, kill everyone around you, and then kill yourself.
What a summer for Cleveland sports fans. It continues to be a roller coaster ride of highs and lows for all of our pro teams. The sportswriters and local sports talk radio personalities have to be beyond ecstatic with the never-ending supply of news, rumors, and predictions to discuss.
Greetings Edge Readers!
We’re trying something new.
On Sunday, October 5, between 2 and 3:30 pm, we will be having Tom Wertman of MUFON Ohio and The Cleveland Ufology Project back for a small group discussion. I know it’s hard to shout your story and ask your questions across a big room of a hundred or so people, which is the situation at our large group programs. So, we’re going to bring back speakers who have done big programs for us and we’re going to give you the opportunity to interact with them in a more personal way.
It should be very interesting: in my last communication with Tom, he told me he’s been working on some interesting cases, involving abductions and residue left on cloth as a result of abductions; they’re looking for similarities in what they find at different sites. He’s also involved in some investigations of metals of unusual composition found at UFO sites.
We’ll ask him about these things, but there’s no agenda, except that we will be discussing UFOs, and alien life. Outside of this broad paradigm, we can go anywhere with the discussion. We can talk about sightings of UFOs, about alien visitations, about abductions, about government cover-ups. What do aliens want? Where are they coming from? Does any of it involve time travel? Some kind of interdimensional travel? Have they been interacting with us for a long time? for decades, centuries, millennia or more? Were they here before us? Are any of them native to this planet? The scope of related topics is immense.
I think we’ll have an illuminating discussion.
The size of this group will be limited to 25 and no unregistered individuals will be admitted. Once we have 25 people registered we’re going to close the registration and start putting names on a waiting list. People on the waiting list will have first crack at a second meeting we’ll schedule for later this year, probably in November. So, if you call to register or go online to register and find that you’re being put on a waiting list… don’t despair…you’ll get your chance.
I’m anxious to make this work. I think we can have meetings like this on a regular or semi-regular basis.
To register, call 440-250-5460; ask at a public service desk, or online at www.westlakelibrary.org.
I’ll be back with more information when I can fit it in, we’ve been very busy around here, so remember to Keep your eye on THE EDGE!
Well, it’s hard to believe it’s September already. The kids are back to school and settled into their new routines. Lockers have been organized and the shiny new supplies have already lost some of their luster. Also back is one of my least favorite tasks - packing lunches.
The Media Maven would like to let you know about some of the programs she is working on for this fall. All programming requires registration, but is free to you. Please join us if you can.
Coffee with Linda: Join Us Monday, Sept 29, 2014 for a small group discussion with Spritual Intuitive Linda Street
Greetings Again EDGE readers!
Linda Street, local author, Reiki master, energy therapist, and spiritual intuitive returns for a small group discussion, Monday, September 29, 7-8:30 pm. This will be a gathering of no more than 25, in which you'll be able to ask questions and relate personal experiences in a friendly, intimate atmosphere. Get Linda's reaction and input to your personal situation.
You won’t have to wave your hand or shout to get somebody’s attention from across a crowded room; we’ll meet around a table over coffee and tea. . . and talk. I’ll put my two cents in where I can, and I’ll also have some reading recommendations.
I’m excited about this idea and hope that it becomes a regular monthly event.
Register by calling 440-250-5460, ask at any public service desk, or online at www.westlakelibrary.org.
This Gothic contemporary romance, with a bit of suspense, is one of the best reads this year so far. It was named a LibraryReads book for August by librarians across the country (including the Media Maven).
Thanks to Tom Wertman; last Wednesday's program was spectacular. And thanks to all of you who attended....
Mark your calendars--Tom will be returning for a small group discussion on Sunday, October 5. We mentioned it briefly during the program. This will be your chance to sit around a table with Tom and a small number of others who have had experiences with UFOs or aliens, or both. . . and really talk, in depth; to ask your questions and get his take on what you've seen, what you've heard, and what's happened to you.
I'll be putting together the advertising for this event shortly and registration will begin September 5. There'll be signs and flyers in the library and more information in this blog. . .so be sure to watch here. . . .
Attendance for this event will be limited to THE FIRST 25 who register. HOWEVER. . . we will continue to take names on a waiting list and work with Tom to schedule additional sessions, so all of you who want to attend this kind of meeting will have an opportunity to.
Just a reminder, I still have bibliography booklets from the program. You'll find them in the plastic holders on the end cap near the Psychology and Philosophy collection (Dewey area 100s). They'll be there until they're gone.
That's all for now.
Back soon with more info on programs and materials....
We’re heading into the home stretch of a so-so summer. Personally, it wasn’t hot enough for me and the pool days were too few and far between. I’ve kicked into back to school mode already though we have a few weeks left and the kids are in desperate need of some last
Greeting EDGE Readers.
With the date of our program on UFOs and Government Cover-ups fast approaching, I thought I’d update you on some of our speaker's recent activities.
If you're regular readers, I know you know I'm referring to Tom Wertman of MUFON Ohio and The Cleveland Ufology Project.
In my last communication with Tom, he let me know that he's expanded his field of operations.
In the past he's been primarily involved with investigations in the U.S., and most of these in Ohio as part of his responsibilities as Chief Field Investigator for MUFON Ohio.
However, in the last year he’s investigated reports in Canada, the U.K. and Puerto Rico. U.K. investigations for 2013 number almost 70 and the Canadian investigations, almost 40, so he's been very busy.
He's also indicated he's employing some new techniques and was recognized at the MUFON International Symposium for his investigative work. I'm sure he'll tell us more about all this on Wednesday.
In a quick search of the internet, I've found that he's been making the library circuit in Ohio, with presentations like the ones he does for us here at WPPL. He's scheduled to speak at the MUFON Conference in Erie, PA, in May of next year.
Regular meetings of The Cleveland Ufology Project are held monthly at Cuyahoga Community College Western Campus, 11000 Pleasant Valley Road, Parma, Ohio 44130. The Room number is 225 located on the second floor of the Technology Learning Center. Meetings are at 7:30pm on the 3rd Saturday of each month.
Admission is $5 for non-members, $7 for non-members when guest speakers are featured. Individual memberships are available at a cost of $30 per year; ($20 per year for students). If you have questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MUFON Ohio meetings are held at locations in central Ohio: check out their website for more info at www.mufonohio.com.
I'll be posting again soon with more info about our speaker and our program. Hope to see you there; remember to register by calling 440-250-5460, asking at a public service desk, or here, by clicking this link.