After School Crew is the Storytime counterpart for ages 6-12. This group is designed to encourage education, exploration, creation, and teamwork. Meetings may include a mix of games, crafts, science experiments, and other play-based activities. Each After School Crew session meets for six weekly programs from 4:45-5:45 on Thursday evenings.
After School Crew is intended to help build phonological awareness, print motivation, vocabulary, problem solving, creativity, and communication skills in elementary-aged children.
Join us for a poetry reading with local poet Duane Vorhees!
Duane grew up in Germantown and Farmersville, left for a while, and returned 50 years later. He went to Bowling Green State University and then taught for the University of Maryland in Asia. Last summer, Hog Press published The Many Loves of Duane Vorhees, his contemplations on the many guises and challenges of love. Duane is currently completing his next book, Gift.
Spring is blooming, and it’s a great time to get out and celebrate your library! Join us for crafts, a cookie decorating contest, prizes, live music by Keith Lykins, and stations with everything the library offers.
You’ve used Google for searching, but it has many other features you may not be familiar with! We will discuss Google documents, adding events to the Google Calendar, finding directions on Google Maps, and so forth.
You will need a Gmail account for this class; if you don’t have one, please let the instructor know.
Create some really cool bookmarks with paper clips and glass gems and paint them with nail polish! All supplies provided.
This event is free to attend. Call 937-456-4331 or visit the Eaton Library to sign up!
Come learn about some amazing women who have made aviation history and a local aviation organization, Women in Aviation International, which is dedicated to the encouragement and advancement of women in all career fields and interests.
This program will be presented by Jennifer Saddler Thomas, manager of business development for Women in Aviation International. Jennifer holds a commercial pilot certificate, with instrument, multi-engine and sea plane ratings, as well as a remote pilot certificate. She is also a certified flight instructor.
Try your hand at making tiny food! This bite-sized baking program will follow the Tiny Kitchen video trend. Use mini materials to make tiny treats!
This program, like all PCDL programs, is free to attend. No registration needed.
Need an email address? We can help! The Gmail for Beginners class will cover setting up an email name and password, sending and receiving messages, deleting emails, and what to do with spam messages.
If you have a pre-existing Gmail account and want to know more about it, we can help you with that too. Just make sure you have your password!
The event is free. Please call 937-456-4331 or visit the Eaton Library to sign up.
Never woven before or want to learn a new technique? No problem! We’ll show you how using cardboard and yarn. All supplies provided.
This event is free. Visit the Eaton Library or call 937-456-4331 to sign up.
The Maker Space is a room full of new technology with open access to all ages. All equipment and assistance is free. Learn digital design, photography, sewing, and more with free access to this equipment. Bring your own consumables, such as fabric and paper. Some materials can be purchased for a fee.
10 am- 4 pm
Other dates and times available by appointment. Ask questions, or make an appointment by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 937-456-5478.