The library will be closed on Sunday, September 6th and Monday, September 7th in observance of Labor Day.
Do you dare return to the library for another classic horror film?
This month, a brilliant scientist creates a man out of dead body parts and brings it to life. However, his creation soon becomes impossible to control, and must be destroyed before it is too late!
Join us Wednesday, September 2 from 6:30-8:30pm in the Craft Room. Sign up online or call 440-250-5462.
Join us for a fun-filled movement based class set to soul-stirring music. Enjoy this blend of dance arts, martial arts and the healing arts that will invite your spirit, mind, body and emotions to play and find joy! Class is appropriate for all age and ability levels.
Sign up online, call 440-250-5460 or stop by a public service desk to register.
Learn about the online photo sharing service Flickr, videos on YouTube, and more! Prerequisites: Yahoo! account and Gmail or YouTube account. If you choose to bring your mobile device, please have Flickr installed before the class.
Thursday, September 3
Computer Training Lab
Register online, visit any service desk, or call 440-250-5460.
A seat on the Porter Public Library Board of Trustees will be open as of December 31, 2015.
Trustees represent the community at large and their varied library interests. The only prerequisite for applicants is that they have an interest in public library issues and wish to become a public library advocate. The Board, the policy-making body of the library, is composed of seven members who serve overlapping seven-year terms.
Those interested in applying for a position as a trustee may get an application form here, or at the reception desk, the library’s Administration Department 440-250-5451, or by email: email@example.com.
Application deadline is September 12, 2015.
Brenda Nixon will provide an overview of the Amish people and share her personal experiences with the Swartzentruber, or conservative Old Order Amish. Brenda, her daughter and ex-Amish son-in-law work closely with those seeking to transition out of the culture.
Sunday, September 13
Register online or call 440-250-5460 for more information. Her book, Beyond Buggies & Bonnets: True Amish Stories will be available for purchase.
Join us for a riveting book presentation and signing by local author R. C. Durkee of her historical novel, Rum Run, set in the Cleveland-Sandusky area and Lake Erie during Prohibition.
Tuesday, September 15th
Register online or call 440-250-5462. Copies of the book will be available afterward for purchase and signing by author.
Have you checked out all of WPPL's resources for digital books and audiobooks? Perhaps you've used a few of them, but not all?
Get an overview of OverDrive, Hoopla, Zinio, Freegal, OneClickdigital, TumbleBooks, reference books from EBSCOHost and Gale Virtual Reference Library, and other free sources from the library during Maker Club: Digital Books and Audiobooks on Wednesday, September 16, from 7:00-8:30pm in the PC Lab.
Register online, call 440-250-5460 or stop by any public service desk to sign up.
Cuyahoga West Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society presents a program by Carla Cegielski: "Genealogical Treasures of the Internet Archives."
Wednesday, September 16
7:00-8:30 pm (Social Time and refreshments 6:30-7:00 pm)
The credits have rolled on Summer Reading 2015, but there's one more scene to see! Check out some of our awesome superhero librarians, like Biblio Blaster and the Kninja Knitter, and prepare for your next reading adventure.