Join us online for these upcoming Virtual Programs. Click on the program to register. To see all of our Virtual Programs, click here.

Craig H. Williams from NASA Glenn research center will present an overview of NASA’s recent planning for sending humans to the planet Mars as well as the 1987-92 Space Exploration Initiative study.

Use the Mobile Memory Lab to preserve your memories. The Mobile Memory Lab is comprised of scanners, reel-to-reel film converter, vinyl record recorder, microphones, and software to convert analog materials to digital files.

This month we will be comparing all of the versions of A Star Is Born. 1937, 1954, 1976 and 2018.

Join us as we share out thoughts and observations of a new title each month. Books are of varied topic and both fiction and nonfiction selections. This month’s title is Akin by Emma Donoghue.

In the heat of the summer nothing tastes better than a fresh salad. In this program, you will see a variety of salads come together that you can then make later at home. All of the recipes will be e-mailed prior to the program.

Join local yoga instructor Christy Rosneck for this beginner’s class. Each session, Christy will be teaching routines with different poses and their benefits.  

Learn about preserving family treasures and when it is best to invest in conservation treatments or when it is best to restore something. 

Award-winning author and pop culture historian Martin Gitlin hosts this fun and enlightening presentation based on his book, The Greatest Sitcoms of All Time.