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Crestline Public Library is planning adventures involving baking, travel and bees

Crestline Public Library is planning adventures involving baking, travel and bees

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CRESTLINE − Crestline Public Library’s Adventure Begins at Your Library summer reading program continues through July. All-ages programs scheduled through the end of the month include:

July 9, 6:00 PM – Adventures in Ohio: 200 Places to Visit in Ohio.

July 10, 5:30 PM – Adventures in Beekeeping: Dave Duncan talks about beekeeping.

July 16, 5:30 PM – Cake Decorating Adventures: Pam Sand will demonstrate and teach cake decorating skills. The material costs are €35 and must be paid upon registration. Log in to the library.

July 24, 1:00 p.m. – Adventures in Hiking: Author Brandon Weis will talk about his hikes along America’s major trails. He will be selling his book, “This is Going to Hurt.”

July 31, 5:30 PM – World traveler Nancy Fisher talks about her adventures.

Summer Reading Program Events for Children

July 9, 10am – Pet Parade and Gorman Nature Center. Bring one teddy for the parade. After the parade, stay for a presentation about animals.

July 16, 10am – Mr. Puppet returns to the library.

July 23, 10am – Adventures on the Railroad: Kevin Taylor of the CSX Railroad will discuss his work. The program is for the whole family

July 30, 10am – Joanie Calem presents songbooks and story songs for all ages.

For more information, call 419-683-3909 or visit Facebook.