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John Gingerich from the Geauga Amish Historical Library is going to talk about the history of Amish culture in Geauga County. Monday, May 16 6 p.m. Registration required We have reading clubs for all ages, even babies! Everyone may join, whether you are reading or being read to. Read for prizes throughout the summer and enter for a chance to win the grand prize. First 250 registrants receive a free Mary Yoder’s kids meal coupon! Monday, May 9 2 p.m. Libby is known as the free Library reading app. This program will help you download and navigate the app for all of your reading needs! Volume 46 Issue 2 Summer/Fall 2022 “Supporting the educational and social needs of our community.”

Youth Services Programs and Events Page 2 Volume 46 Issue 2 Visit burtonlibrary.org for program details. Register online or call (440) 834-4466. Storytime Every Tuesday with Miss Amy! 10:30 a.m.- 11 a.m. Ages 2-6 Check the website for schedule. June 10th June 17th July 8th July 22nd July 29th July 15th June 24th Wacky Wonderful Undersea Creatures (Octopus, Jelly Fish, Anemones, Sea Horses, Angler Fish) Beaches and Beach Creatures Undersea Mammals (Sharks, Dolphins, Whales, etc.) Let’s Talk Trash (Seeing Garbage Through the Eyes of Beach and Sea Creatures) Coral Reef Survival Sombrero Island (Pirates and Treasure Hunt) Undersea Fantasy (Mermaids, Monsters, and More)

Youth Services Programs and Events Page 3 Volume 46 Issue 2 Visit burtonlibrary.org for program details. Register online or call (440) 834-4466. The Bubble Lady Monday, July 25 1 p.m. All ages The Bubble Lady is back with her amazing bubbles! Wednesdays: July 13th & 20th Registration required Ages 5-7 years: 1 p.m.-1:45 p.m. Ages 8-10 years: 2 p.m.- 3 p.m. Dancers will enjoy upbeat music, practice various dance styles, and play dance games! Wear tennis shoes and comfortable dance clothing. Presented by the Fairmount Center for the Arts. Ocean Pal Pet Adoption Monday, June 27 2 p.m.-2:45 p.m. & 3 p.m.-3:45 p.m. Registration required Adopt a special stuffy pet and create an amazing aquarium home! Monday, June 20 at 1 p.m. All ages welcome! Don’t Miss the Fun and Excitement! Mark the Magician’s Magic Show Monday, July 11 10 a.m.-11 a.m. Join us as he wows us with his fantastic magical show!

Visit burtonlibrary.org for program details. Register online or call (440) 834-4466. Adult Services Programs and Events Page 4 Volume 46 Issue 2 Join us the second Thursday of each month from 1:30 p.m.-3 p.m. June 9 The Engineer’s Wife by Tracey Enerson Wood July 14 The Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for Trying Times by Jane Goodall & Douglas Abrams September 8 The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah October 13 Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Irin Carmon and Shana Knizhnik November 10 The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles Tie-Dye Party Monday, June 13 3 p.m. Teens & Adults (ages 12+) Registration required Summer is here and it’s time to get your groove on! Please bring a white t-shirt to tie-dye. Tie-dye supplies are provided. More Trees, Please! Monday, August 1 6 p.m. Registration required Don’t miss this informative program with Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District about the countless contributions of trees to clean water, healthy soil, and our communities. Learn tips from planting trees in your yard and get inspired by some champions from Geauga County’s Big Tree Contest! Lime Mojito Natural Cleaner Monday, July 25 6:30 p.m. Registration required Felicia from His Daughter in Middlefield will teach participants how to make a natural cleaner using ingredients from around the house. Medicare 101 Monday, May 2 6 p.m. Geauga County Department of Aging will discuss the ins and outs when it comes to understanding Medicare. Baseball History Talk Monday, June 20 6 p.m. Registration required Join Scott H. Longert to talk about his new book, Victory on Two Fronts: The Cleveland Indians and Baseball during the World War II Years. Piracy on the Great Lakes Monday, July 18 6 p.m. Registration required Oceans are full of possibilities but so are our Great Lakes. The National Museum of the Great Lakes is going to discuss the history of piracy on the Great Lakes.

Page 5 Volume 46 Issue 2 Saturday, October 22 11 a.m. Registration required ORBS are in their 15th year as a group and the first to investigate haunted transportation in addition to helping families and business. They have done over 450 investigations in 7 different states and have been featured on History Channel, Travel Channel, Destination America, Biography Channel, and Animal Planet. They are the first team in Ohio to offer cleansings and blessings to their clients. Gingerbread House Contest and Display Entry date: November 21 All ages are welcome to join in this fun holiday tradition! Entry forms will be available in October at burtonlibrary.org and at the Library. Entries will be on display from November 25 - December 22. Estate Planning Thursday, August 18 2 p.m. Registration required Having a basic will does not avoid probate. Moreover, relying on just a basic will is only one element of the many estate planning tools that every family should have in place. This workshop takes a hands-on approach to learn about the following foundational estate planning musts: Power of Attorney, Trusts, Healthcare POA, HIPAA, Financial POA, Living Will, Guardianship, and Executorship. Visit burtonlibrary.org for program details. Register online or call (440) 834-4466. Get To Know Hoopla Thursday, August 11 10:30 a.m. Registration required Hoopla is a groundbreaking digital media service that allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone - and even your TV! Self-Defense 101 Wednesday, September 14 4 p.m. Join Deputy Donald Walker as he teaches the basics when it comes to self-defense. Learn about prevention as well as basic moves to help protect yourself. Get to Know Kanopy Wednesday, September 21 10:30 a.m. Registration Required Kanopy is the best video streaming service for quality thoughtful entertainment. Find movies, documentaries, foreign films, classic cinema, independent films, and educational videos that inspire, enrich, and entertain. Adult Services Programs and Events Open to artists ages 16 years and older who live, work, or attend school in Geauga, Lake, or Portage Counties. Entry forms and rules will be available at the Circulation Desk and on our website burtonlibrary.org in August. Entry Days Gallery Dates September 22, 23, & 24 October 4 - October 8 Join Jamie Brinkerhoff as she teaches the basics of knitting in this three-class program. Knitting 101 Monday November 7, 14, 21 6 p.m. Registration required

Eighteenth Annual Fund Drive Honored Donors Volume 46 Issue 2 Page 6 In Honor of America’s Educators Kim and Ruth Sperling Lisa Buckles & Carol Varga Tom Buckles In Memoriam Dale Bartholomew Patricia Kral Peg Lewis John and Janice Cipolla David E. Beten Dave and Kathy Beten David E. Beten Ed and Elizabeth Gunia Janet Gunia Romero Susie Gunia Patricia Bollinger Elmer Bollinger Donna Bowen Janis and Paul Jackam Dr. Donald Braunlich, D.O. Patricia Braunlich Sandra Braunlich James B. Miller Joann Miller Donna and Hugh Brownlee Nancy Dallos Mike Burke Anne, Sean, Kathy & Maeve Burke Jeanette Burnett Mike and Joan Fath Patricia Pfouts Dixie Duffey Richardson William and Margaret Clark William and Margaret Clark Charitable Foundation Charlie and Aileen Caputo The Caputo Family Charlie Caputo Anthony Carlucci Jim and Karen Clarke Tom and Carole Cseplo Mark and Ellen Edeburn Chuck and Joyce Fath Bonnie Franks Dan and Jan Gingerich Jim Gonczy Dave and Karen Leonard Gary and Joann Ott Bob and Carol Varga Evelyn Dayton Raymond Dayton Anna Demko Laura Klingensmith Joseph Durket Joyce Blair Lee and Mark Eiermann Lillian Eiermann Roy Emerson Nancy Emerson Ralph Franks Bonnie Franks Albert Fritz Dorothy Fritz Henry Fusco Martha and Chris Hitchcock David George Bill and Joanne George Charles Hauser Pat Hauser Anita Head Pat Sutter Laverne Hess Bonnie Ward David Huffman Adele and Chuck Hix Fred C. Kerr Harry and Marge Bones Patricia Klag Edward Babcock Forrest and Jane Burt Tracy and Bonnie Jemison Robert Starr Rose Cherry Klouda Bill and Sandy Scott Herbert and Marianna Luxenberg Gretchen Luxenberg June Marie Macek Stephen Macek Janet and Edward McIntee The McIntee-Larenas Family Helen Merritt Frank Merritt Ethel Rowland Ward and Joan Lawrence John Rowland Frank and Olive Samuel Frank Samuel, Jr. Betsy Zimmerman Frank Samuel, Jr. Jacqueline Samuel Ced L. Smith Mike and Cathy Dasch Theresa Hosmer Smith Jenny Cheh Clair Stotlar Tom Buckles Peter Surckla Janet Surckla Pearl (Pat) Towne Dennis and Jean Towne Giselle Updegraff Christi, Al Nathan LaPrairie Kurt Updegraff John and Margaret Urbanowicz Mary Jane Urbanowicz

Eighteenth Annual Fund Drive Honored Donors Volume 46 Issue 2 Page 7 Patricia Klag Dave and Kathy Beten Jim and Sandy Burzanko Dawn Zeitler Diegidio Tom and Peggy Dietrich Gwen Evans Pat Hauser Edie McClure Richard and Sally Siciliano Dawn and Al Tolchinsky Daro Lillibridge Letha Billman Darlene Fiest Mark and Deborah Finn Jim and Laurie Frajter Ruth Hamrick Brian and Nancy Lillibridge Scott and Shelley Masterson Marlene Shumaker Blunt Gwen Shumaker Richman Helen Merritt Frank Merritt Cassidy Shafer Ken and Betty Stewart Joan Stimson Tuesday Club Luxenberg Family Reading Garden Donations In Loving Memory of Herbert and Marianna Luxenberg Lana Olsson Herbert and Marianna Luxenberg: Burton Public Library Fund of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland In Memory of RJ & Emilia Pollina’s Dog “Timber” Gary and Karen Herwig Monetary Donations Flip and Nettie Archard Eleanor Botu Grace L. Cone Trust Carl Engelhardt, Jr. Mildred James Endowment Foundation Dan Kaminsky Launch-A-Young Reader Donations Ladies of the Afternoon Book Club In Memory of Joseph Durket Joyce Blair In Memory of Alice Merryman Ladies of the Afternoon Book Club In Memoriam Bill Angstrom Sharon Ronyak Jamie Ellen Burzanko Jim and Sandy Burzanko Charlie Caputo Burton Village Now Ken and Susie Burzanko Jim and Bunny Carter Mark and Tracye Chowanetz Cleveland VA Anesthesia Group: Annette Archard Kathy Caputo Regina Luciano Robert M. Sichel Darlene Cseplo Tom and Carole Cseplo Bonnie Fish Jay and Sue Giles Rick and Robin Gruber Jim Holmes Bob and Carol Hornak Carol Hosmer Lon Miller Arleen Richardson Dan and Linda Stone Tammy and Debbie Warner Harley Gozdavonic Sharon Ronyak Lynn Michelle Knable Lynn Michelle Knable Estate Recent Donations to the Burton Public Library Andy and Linda Baker Dr. Joe Belhobek Dave and Karen Braun Tom Briggs Dave and Jacqie Brockway The Matthew Connors Family Bill and Becky Crowley Beth Cupp Paul and Barbara Emch John and Debra Epprecht Bonnie Fish Frank and Rose Frederico Richard and Christie Frenchie Jay and Sue Giles Barbara Goff Herb and Rosalie Hall Cornelius and Susan Halsmer Howard and Beckie Herrick Janet Hess George “Chip” Hess II Eric and Heather Higgs Dick and Jean Hills Don and Marilyn Hornak Mary Jane Horner Russ Hurd Joyce Imhof Bob and Cindy Johnson Kathy and Curt Johnson Ron and Sylvia Jurcak Rita Kenney Daro Lillibridge The Lozick Family Foundation Sue Miller Bill and Rebecca Miller Frank and Eileen Mormino Jim and Lora Myers Debbie Palmisano Dr. Barry and Bonnie Pearce Marilyn Pickett Bill and Kathy Pinkava Dave and Carole Pleva Ken and Sue Pyles Sharon Ronyak Gordon Safran Kathy Schaefer Janet and Les Sherman Richard and Sally Siciliano Alan and Iola Skinner Pete and Ruth Spanos Judy Starr Vince and Diane Strahan Mary Suvada Dawn and Al Tolchinsky Tuesday Club Trevor and Gail Wilson Bob and Debbie Zenz Rick and Julie Ziemak June Marie Macek Donations In Memory of June Marie Macek Steve Macek

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