Night Owl Prowl

Join the researchers at the Preble County Room at 450 S. Barron St. in Eaton to take the next step in your genealogy search. Whether you're just getting started on your family tree or looking for a few more branches, research assistance will be available at the Night Owl Prowl, the Preble County Room's genealogy lock-in from 5-10 p.m. on Saturday, November 5.

Basic Computer and Internet Class

Are you new to using computers and/or the Internet? Are you kind of familiar with them even though it's been awhile? This is a beginner's class designed to introduce you to basic terminology and computer operations. You will get some time to practice as well. The class will be held at the computer lab at the library administration building.

Tai Chi With Sandra Loy

June 25th 1-2 pm.  Learn about Tai Chi with Sandra Loy; tai chi instructor, licensed massage therapist and personal trainer.

Tai Chi has many health benefits!  It has been considered to be a form of 'meditation in motion' which promotes serenity and inner peace.  It has evolved over the years into an effective means of alleviating stress and anxiety and that’s something we all can benefit from in today’s stress-filled world.  Join Sandra Loy as she explains the benefits and teaches us some basic moves.

Buy Local or By River: Furnishing Early Ohio

Contrary to popular beliefs, the Ohio frontier was not a remote backwoods devoid of style. Trade via the rivers and lakes, and later, the canals, provided easy access to all manner of goods produced in eastern urban centers and in Europe. While early Ohioans did import great quantities of goods, they also produced equally great quantities of goods as well. Using both documentary evidence and surviving objects, we’ll examine the wide range of goods both made and used on the Ohio frontier, and how trade networks and consumer choice played key roles in the furnishing of frontier homes.


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