Wondering if a book in your collection may be valuable? Owen Kubik of Kubik Fine Books will share tips for being a savvy book collector. His 15-minute presentation is followed by an “Antiques Roadshow” style evaluation of books brought in by the audience, so dust off that old book and bring it to the program!
This presentation is free and open to attend; to bring a book to have evaluated, please register in advance.There is a limit of one book per person.
Darkness to Light’s Stewards of Children® is designed for adults to help raise awareness and prevent child sexual abuse. This program utilizes real-life stories and The 5 Steps to Protecting Children™ which are:
• Learn the facts
• Minimize Opportunity
• Talk About It
• Recognize the Signs
• React Responsibly
Offered in partnership with Dayton Children's. Please register in advance.
Training for Stewards of Children® is a DVD-led program designed for adults to help raise awareness, hosted by a trained facilitator from Dayton Children's, in person in a two and a half hour training session. After taking this training, participants will have a better understanding of child sexual abuse. 2 Hours of CEUs are available upon completion of the training for nurses, social workers, and dental assistants if requested when checking in prior to the program.
lovers rejoice! In this second session of Our Digital Collection Series we will be looking at RB Digital. Come alone or
bring a friend as we learn what RB Digital is, how to access it, how to use it,
and basic troubleshooting. Feel free to bring your own device.
Please bring your library card and PUN number to the class.
Come out and learn how baseball was played in 1860. You'll first learn about the origins of baseball, including games such as stoolball, trap ball, rounders and town ball. You'll then see what it was like to play the game, get a chance to see a recreated vintage baseball and bat, and learn the rules and customs of 1860s baseball. Finally, this program will talk about the formation of Dayton’s oldest vintage baseball club, the Clodbusters.
Are issues such as cyber-bullying and social networking safety becoming prevalent concerns for you and your family? Edward Tuttle, a Senior Cybersecurity Engineer at WPAFB, and an authorized Safe and Secure Online volunteer, will share tools to secure your online life by supporting cyber security education and awareness.
is one of the most common online activities for people of all ages. It can be
used to stay in touch with family and friends, conduct business, share files,
and more. In this session, we will highlight many of the tools and strategies
you can employ to increase the privacy and security of your incoming and
outgoing emails. Topics covered will include ways to protect yourself against
data breeches; how to maintain a backup of your computer; how to manage spam
and unwanted email; how human error affects email privacy and security; and how
to avoid being victimized by phishing schemes.