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
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.
Dayton Metro Library is welcoming The Collaboratory, Dayton's civic innovation lab, to engage residents around the county and listen to their ideas for building a better community. From May through July, Peter and James from The Collaboratory will be visiting Library Branches to talk to patrons about their personal passions and ideas for their neighborhoods, communities, or the region. Look for their mobile white board to brainstorm with them or work through a concept for a specific initiative. The ideas with the biggest impact will be shared at a community workshop in late summer at the Main Library. The workshop will be open to anyone who participated at one of the branches.
Learn the basics of playing the uke in this three week series with your ukulele-playing teen librarian! Registration is required; some ukuleles are be available to use - please let us know if you will use ours or if you are able to bring your own.
Stop in for some lively discussion, snacks, and fun as we discuss A Piece of the World: a Novel by Christina Baker Kline. Books will be available a month prior to the scheduled discussion. New adult members welcome!
Sign up for this super popular program: this time, your escape will be music-themed! Put your problem solving skills to the test and break out of the library - can you get out in time? Register to reserve a spot; please let us know if you are not able to attend.