Meet 1996 Olympic Gold Medalist Dominique Moceanu! She will be at the Fairlawn-Bath Branch Library Thursday, May 1, at 6pm to discuss her Olympic experiences and her book, “Off Balance”. Copies of this book will be available to purchase and have signed. This family friendly event is sponsored by the Friends of the Fairlawn-Bath Branch Library. No registration is required for this event. To see information about other upcoming library events, please click here.
Popular local art historian Felicia Z. Stadelman will return this Thursday, April 17, at 6pm to present the life of artist William Bouguereau. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Fairlawn-Bath Branch Library. No registration is required for this event. To see information about other upcoming library events, please click here.
In our display case this month is a special display of items on loan from the Bath Township Historical Society. The topic of the display focuses on the families and lives of Bath Township residents from 1800-1850. The brand new exhibit from the Bath Township Historical Society opens this Monday, April 7th, at 2pm at the Bath Museum. All are welcome to attend the exhibit opening, which is free and family friendly.
This past Thursday, our very talented Marketing Director, Carla Davis, surprised us all with a Library Act of Culture by singing two special songs in our library. Thank you Carla, for bringing us a little bit of sunshine on an otherwise rainy day!
You can view Carla’s performance by clicking here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uIQfRqJa_I
Popular local art historian Felicia Z. Stadelman will return Thursday, April 3, at 6pm to present the life of artist Henri Matisse. She will also be giving a presentation on William Bouguereau on Thursday, April 17, at 6pm. These programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Fairlawn-Bath Branch Library. No registration is required for these events. To see information about other upcoming library events, please click here.
Throughout the month of April, the Bath Township Historical Society is going to be utilizing our display case by showcasing some of the items from their 2014 exhibit: Early Bath Families 1800-1850. The exhibit will be opening at the Bath Museum on April 7th at 2pm. All are invited to attend, and admission is always free to the museum. We hope you will take a moment to stop by and view the display, and then head over to the Bath Museum to view this great exhibit. For more information on the exhibit, including Bath Museum’s hours, check out the Early Bath Families 2014 Exhibit Pamphlet, or visit their website at www.bathhistoricalsociety.org. Also, they have a brand new Facebook page. You can follow them here as they post about updates on their programs and ongoing digitization project.
Are you a Tribe fan who is ecstatic that spring has finally sprung and can’t get enough of the Cleveland Indians? We are here to help!
We have lots of great books on baseball, and on the Cleveland Indians and its players. From Terry Francona’s biography to books about all of the great (and not-so-great) teams of yesteryear, we’ve got a great selection. Look under call number 796.3576 in our nonfiction section for these books.
If you are looking for the latest information on the Indians (or sports in general), here are some sites and blogs you may want to check out:
Cleveland Indians Official Website: http://cleveland.indians.mlb.com
Cleveland Plain Dealer: http://www.cleveland.com/sports/
Waiting for Next Year: http://www.waitingfornextyear.com/ (Is there a better name for a Cleveland sports blog than this?)
Indians Baseball Insider: http://www.indiansbaseballinsider.com/
Did the Tribe Win Last Night? http://didthetribewinlastnight.com/
The Tribe Daily: http://www.thetribedaily.com/
Big League Stew: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/mlb-big-league-stew/
And of course, anything written by Terry Pluto: http://www.cleveland.com/pluto/
Maybe this year will be one of destiny, as they have an exciting group of young players and a manager who has won the World Series twice. Go Tribe!