PERRYSBURG — As a part of the Mercy Well being Higher Dwelling Speaker Sequence, Mercy Well being knowledgeable Paige Shane will current Staying Match Through the Winter Months on Jan. 25 from 2-3 p.m. at Method Public Library, 101 E. Indiana Ave.
Shane, a bodily therapist assistant and former group health teacher, will talk about some ways to remain energetic and heat in the course of the winter months, when chances are you’ll not be capable of train outdoors. She is captivated with making well being enjoyable and accessible. She graduated high of her cohort with honors and is at the moment pursuing a B.S. in Built-in Healthcare Research at Ohio College. Her skilled passions vary from aquatic remedy to pelvic well being, and he or she plans to take a position her future in neighborhood well being initiatives with a particular curiosity in yoga and holistic healthcare.
This instructional presentation is free and can be in-person within the Mercy Well being Exercise Middle on the primary ground of the library. Registration shouldn’t be required however seating is restricted.
Method Public Library’s Reel Artwork Worldwide and Artwork Movie Sequence continues on Jan. 21 at 7 p.m., with a displaying of the critically-acclaimed American movie “Driveways.” This occasion can be held within the lower-level assembly rooms.
“Driveways” is a movie in regards to the forging of an surprising friendship between Del (Brian Dennehy), an remoted struggle veteran, and Cody (Lucas Jaye), a lonely boy who arrives on the home subsequent door together with his mom to assist clear out the house of his recently-deceased aunt. Del and Cody share tidbits of their lives with each other and create an exquisite connection that defies age and expertise.
The 90-minute movie explores themes of isolation and companionship, a heartwarming story of an unlikely, tender friendship being solid between folks with two drastically completely different life tales.
Admission for this occasion is free. Registration shouldn’t be required however seating is restricted.
On Jan. 20 at 2 p.m., Method and WGTE current one hour of “American Oz,” an episode of the PBS documentary sequence “American Expertise.” This occasion can be held within the lower-level assembly rooms.
This brief documentary episode explores the life and instances of creator L. Frank Baum, the creator of one of the vital beloved American narratives ever, “The Great Wizard of Oz.” By 1900, when the legendary novel was printed, Baum was already 44 years previous and had spent a lot of his life in stressed pursuit of success, from working as a poultry farmer to enhancing for newspapers to operating a classy bazaar in the midst of rural South Dakota, none of which offered him with a secure enterprise. All through his travels in the course of the American frontier’s last days, he witnessed a nation coming to phrases with the financial uncertainty of the Gilded Age and crafted his experiences into his third novel, which might later be often known as one of the vital well-known American novels of all time. “American Oz” not solely addresses Baum’s life and experiences, however discusses his novel’s socioeconomic origins throughout the plights of the folks dwelling on the American frontier, together with his personal, and the way Baum’s experiences and observations formed the novel that might encourage movies and performs.
Registration shouldn’t be required however seating is restricted.
Method and the League of Girls Voters of the Perrysburg Space welcome Judy Hagen, program coordinator for the workplace of litter prevention and recycling for Perrysburg, on Jan. 18 at 7 p.m. Hagen will current and talk about the curbside recycling applications and recycling alternatives within the space.
Hagen has been this system coordinator since 1996. Her tasks embody oversight and growth of ongoing and particular recycling applications and occasions, beautification initiatives all through town, and numerous litter prevention actions.
This presentation can be in-person and held within the Method Library lower-level assembly rooms. Registration shouldn’t be required however seating is restricted for this occasion.
Go to waylibrary.info or name 419-874-3135 ext. 119 for extra info on applications. Masks are required.