(September 29,2015) The Civil War was fought on hundreds of battlefields between the 1861 and 1865. This conflict resulted in the deaths of more than 700,000 Americans. During the war, as well as after, paranormal occurrences were recorded by soldiers and civilians alike. Join us in the Community Meeting Room on Monday, October 5, at 7:00 pm as area historian Harold George tells “Ghost Stories of the American Civil War.” A Civil War re-enactor and author, with over 25 years of experience presenting programs on the War, Mr. George will share contemporary ghostly tales as well as some of his own first-hand paranormal experiences while visiting Civil War battlefields. Additional insight is provided into 19th century burial practices. This program will fascinate and astound all ages: it’s free and no registration is required.
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For Grades 6th-12th
Celebrate Viking Day with fellow warriors by playing Viking games, participating in intense competitions, and feasting on food fit for Valhalla.
It’s free! Sign up by calling 330-868-4101 or by visiting the public library’s Youth Services Desk.
(September 29, 2015) The days are getting shorter and it’s time to plan your winter reading. The Minerva Public Library fall book sale is ready to help. The fall book sale continues through this Saturday, October 3. This year’s book sale features, as always, a wide variety of books for all ages and interest and priced to sell at just 25 cents each. Special interest books are sold at special prices, but there are many bargains to be found. This fall the sale also includes many large print books, many books for children and teens, and a great selection of audiobooks on
(September 23, 2015) Ohio apples are in the stores and the pumpkins are in the patch. It’s time to try out fall recipes at the Minerva Public Library. Stop by the library’s Community Meeting Room at 7:00 pm on Monday, September 28 as Chris Kendle shares recipes and tasting samples featuring the bounty of fall. This program is free and no registration is required.
Pyramids, hanging gardens, a lighthouse, a giant statue. What do they all have in common? They are some of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and most of them are lost in the sands of time. Learn more about these mysterious places when Lynette Reiner from the McKinley Museum visits the library on Monday, September 21, at 8:00 pm. This program will fascinate and astound all ages: it meets in the library's Community Meeting Room, it's free, and no registration is required.