roduced by the Montgomery County Board of Developmental Disabilities Services.
·LEARN how people with intellectual and developmental disabilities contribute to our community through employment, volunteerism, and their talents
SEE amazing works created by artists with DD
HEAR the stories of people with disabilities who live and work in the Miami Valley
UNDERSTAND how the use of language affects how people with disabilities are perceive
FAMILIARIZE yourself with the services offered by the County Board and other organizations that help people with developmental disabilities live productive and rewarding lives right here in Montgomery County
TAP INTO the Library’s collection of materials created by—and about—people with disabilities.
If you're an aspiring playwright, this is your chance to shine! Submit an 8-15 minute full scene written in English and saved as a PDF by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please number the pages of your script and include on your title page only: a cast list, your name, email, phone, school, and grade. No musicals or children's plays will be accepted. Your work must be your own original work, not be previously published or performed, and Dayton Metro Library reserves the right to not select a winner. Winners in each category (Grades 7-8, 9-10, and 11-12) will be featured as a stage reading at the awards ceremony on December 14th. Writers must be available for workshops and rehearsals. Winners will be announced 11-16-19 at the StoryCon: Teen program at the Main Library.
Are you a teen author? Have you always wanted to be a teen author? This is your chance. Submit your entry via email to email@example.com during the month of November. Entries will be accepted in four categories: Grades 7-9 Flash Fiction (500 words or less), Grades 10-12 Flash Fiction (500 words or less), Grades 7-9 General Fiction (500-2000 words), and Grades 10-12 General Fiction (500-2000 words). Winners will be awarded Amazon Gift Cards for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in each category.
Join us the first Tuesday of every month for lively book discussions that will include a variety of Fiction and Non-Fiction titles. We will be reading the following books: September - The Library Book by Susan Orlean, October - My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite, and November - The Promise by Ann Weisgarber.
Coyotes are everywhere today—including every town, city, and county in Ohio. People have a lot of questions about this new, large, somewhat scary animal now living in their midst, and this presentation will give a clear and accurate answer to every one of those questions. It will also give a closeup picture of the life and habits of a very unusual and extraordinary animal.