Feel like you’re getting left behind when it comes to today’s technology-driven society? Join us at one (or more) of the Technology Thursday training sessions.
Piloting the innovative Reverse Teaching model, you’ll work directly with a student from Fostoria High School on your specific technology challenge, whether you need help with:
>> Basic Computer Know-how;
>> Setting up a Gmail email account;
>> Understanding your Smartphone or Tablet;
>> Creating a letter/document in Word; or
>> Using Facebook, Pinterest or Instagram.
You will get the help you need! Just $10 per session!
Bring your Smartphones and Tablets!
Spring Schedule: April 11, and May 9 and 23
Space is limited. Call 419-408-5540 to reserve your spot.
For the whole family. Come explore the Garlo Nature Center center as a new topic and activities are featured one Saturday each month. No registration required. Sponsored by the Seneca County Park District.
January 5—Winter Fun
February 2—Animal Courtships
March 2—Vulture Culture
April 13—Awesome Amphibians
May 4—The World of Pollinators
For ages birth to one year. Bring the backpack, stroller, front pack or just carry your little one as we discover nature through the environment, stories and finger plays. Each month is a different topic. Registration is required. Sponsored by the Seneca County Park District.
Sponsored by the Seneca County Park District. Meet each Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Forrest Nature Preserve for the month of June. Read a chapter from the book “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” and then re-enact the activity. Attendance at all four sessions will provide for the best Tom Sawyer experience, but is not required. However, registration is required.
The April meeting will feature Susan Carty. You’ve read her column in the A-T now hear her in person and ask all your gardening questions. She will be talking about getting your yard and garden ready for spring and the planting season.
Book Symposium on “Sherman’s Praetorian Guard”, presented by the author, Daniel Masters. It will focus on John M. Lemmon, the first Mayor of Clyde, Ohio in 1866. The book is based upon the correspondence of John M. Lemmon that he wrote to a local Fremont, Ohio newspaper describing the life, movements, and battles fought in by the 72nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry.