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.
Do you have great ideas? Do you like coming to the library? If you answered yes to both questions, become a part of the library's teen advisory board! Join the Teen Librarian and help make the library a better place for teens!
you ever seen rocks that have patterns in them or look like they were once
animals or plants? Jim Carr, the Fossil Guy, talks about fossils commonly found
in Ohio and around the U.S. Get up close and personal with these interesting
In Japanese 'shokugeki' is a term used to mean 'cooking duel'. In this cooking competition, participants will receive a table full of limited cooking supplies. The participants will make their own creations with the ingredients given to them. Who will make the best meal? The winner of this program will receive a grand prize.