Make a chenille snowman and ornament, taught by the Craft Cupboard.
Mary Ann follows the Gaelic "Cara" Yoga principle which allows you to find many soul friends and to recognize your own inner light and beauty. Cost is $5 per class, payable to the instructor. Please bring a mat.
The third Tuesday of every month. located on the second floor in the large meeting room.
The second Thursday of every month. located on the second floor in the large meeting room.
There is no complete record of the brave, often unnamed women who fought for their right to vote and finally triumphed in 1920. Learn about a band of women who dedicated themselves to the public interest and grew into an organization that won the respect and confidence of the nation. This program will tell the story behind the Cleveland women who advocated for suffrage and went on to help establish the League of Women Voters. Presented by the western Reserve Historical Society. No Registration.
How were campaigns run over a hundred years ago? Learn about the issues of 1880, the candidates (all four of them!), and anecdotes from James Garfield's front porch gatherings, as reported during and after that momentous election. Presented by James A. Garfield Historical Site. No registration.
Meet John Gingerich from the Geauga Amish Historical Library to learn the history of the Amish from its beginnings in Europe to thier settlement in Geauga County, as well as current trends affecting them.