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Mysteries under Discussion

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Brookville
Community Room
Explore the variety of mysteries being published at our monthly book discussion!  Each month's title to be discussed will be available at the Brookville Library a month before the discussion and most are available for download from the library's website. The leader will talk about the background of the author of each month's title, bring up questions to be discussed and have information about similar authors or titles that might be of interest. We close with recommendations from the group about what else they have been reading.  Refreshments suitable to the atmosphere of the book being discussed will be served.  
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Resumes and Job Searching

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Brookville
Community Room
Searching for a new job can be tough, but resources at your library can help. We’ll go over creating resumes and cover letters, and explore what our Ohio Means Jobs and Career Cruising databases can offer. 
Laptops are available, but patrons are welcome to bring their own device. 

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Android App Inventor

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Brookville
Community Room

It’s easier than ever for anyone to create their very own app! Learn how to use Android App Inventor, which allows you to create anything from a simple game to a complex tool. We’ll create an app and explore what else it can do.

Please note: An Android phone or tablet is necessary for this program.


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Board Games at Brookville

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Brookville
Community Room
Join us for an afternoon of tabletop fun! Check out why many say we're living in a "Golden Age" of board games. We'll have classic family favorites and modern hobby games available, but feel free to bring your own favorites along. All are welcome, our large collection has games for children, teens, and adults.  
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Women in the Walk of Fame

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Brookville
Community Room

In 1996 we celebrated 200 years of Dayton and Miami Valley history. As a legacy tribute to the important women and men of the area, Celebration Dayton ’96 created The Walk of Fame. To date, 200+ women, men or groups have been commemorated with sidewalk stones, 44 of them are women. Nancy Horlacher, Local History Librarian, will highlight the lives of the women in the Walk of Fame.


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Mysteries under Discussion

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Brookville
Community Room
Explore the variety of mysteries being published at our monthly book discussion!  Each month's title to be discussed will be available at the Brookville Library a month before the discussion and most are available for download from the library's website. The leader will talk about the background of the author of each month's title, bring up questions to be discussed and have information about similar authors or titles that might be of interest. We close with recommendations from the group about what else they have been reading.  Refreshments suitable to the atmosphere of the book being discussed will be served.  
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Registration begins 2/1/2018 at 8:00 AM

Battle of the (Garage)bands

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Brookville
Community Room
Garageband has made it easy for anyone to make their own music, without ever touching an instrument! Collaborate with a small group to create a short song using instrument loops and samples, then go head-to-head in a battle of the bands. 
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Board Games at Brookville

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Brookville
Community Room
Join us for an afternoon of tabletop fun! Check out why many say we're living in a "Golden Age" of board games. We'll have classic family favorites and modern hobby games available, but feel free to bring your own favorites along. All are welcome, our large collection has games for children, teens, and adults.  
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Cemetery Symbols and Representations

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Brookville
Community Room

Have you ever wandered through a cemetery and wondered about the meanings of the designs carved on old gravestones? Thousands of different religious and secular symbols and emblems have adorned tombstones through the ages, indicating attitudes towards death and the hereafter, membership in a fraternal or social organization, or an individual's trade, occupation or even ethnic identity. While many of these tombstone symbols have fairly simple interpretations, it is not always easy to determine their meaning and significance. We were not present when these symbols were carved into the stone and can't claim to know our ancestors' intentions. They may have included a particular symbol for no other reason than because they thought it was pretty.


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