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

Everyone knows national parks for history and natural beauty, but did you know that national parks also commemorate great writers, artists, architects, and more?  Learn about sites that interpret Edgar Allan Poe, Eugene O’Neill, Carl Sandburg, and more! Presented by the James A. Garfield National Historic Site.

Beekeeper Trish will offer 3 classes for beginners on keeping bees. This third class will cover beekeeping equipment, such as the bee hive itself, the tools involved, and your protective gear. 


Did you know that astronomy and meteorology have forever been a tightly linked couple – through better or worse?  Employing folly, folklore, hard facts, and historical data, we’ll discover the commonality between quirky things like the aurora borealis, the Dog Days of Summer, antiquated moon proverbs, the Salem Witch Trials, modern satellite images, and “everything under the sun!” Join us for a  discussion about advancements in weather forecasting here on earth due to meteorological satellites plus run-down on solar flares, sunspots, Martian dust storms, Jupiter’s Red Spot, and lots of other fun facts!! Speaker Jann Glove. 

Join local yoga instructor, Ann Vickers, for this restorative practice that focuses on self-reflection and relaxation. Using props found in the home, restorative yoga offers comforting poses that reset the body and mind and is suitable for all ages and skill levels.

Join us online as we discuss a classic film each month. Place your hold online or call your local branch for assistance. This month’s film is The Long, Long Trailer. Link to the DVD in the online catalog:


Join us for Geauga West’s new virtual book discussion. We will meet monthly on the virtual platform Zoom. This month’s book will be The Sound of Gravel:  A Memoir by Ruth Wariner. 

Join us on Zoom 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 Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger.

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. Attendance at an hour-long orientation is mandatory before booking appointments with the Mobile Memory Lab. You must have your library card with you to sign a user agreement, also mandatory for using the lab. If you do not have a library card, please contact your local branch.

Use meditation to access inner calm in a worrisome world. Meditation can support a healthy state of mind, as well as promoting deeper sleep and enhanced physical vitality. Join Holistic Healer and Life Coach Jan Webber on Zoom as she leads a healing guided meditation for all ages and experience levels.