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Bigfoot!


The Eaton Library will welcome longtime Bigfoot researcher Marc DeWerth for a presentation on Saturday, Sept. 27 from 2-4 p.m. DeWerth will be presenting “What’s New in the Bigfoot Scene.” He has over 20 years’ experience in Ohio, and he’s been involved in groups like the Eastern Ohio Bigfoot Investigation Center, the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organizations (BFRO), and the Ohio Bigfoot Organization. The presentation is free, but please make reservations by calling the Eaton Library at 937-456-4331.


Essential Oils classes


April Burnett will be at the Eaton Library for four classes on essential oils, which are extracted from plants and have been used throughout history for medicinal purposes. Each of the four classes is different, and they are all free to attend. Registration is required prior to each class.


The first class, on Monday, Sept. 8, is titled “Medicine Cabinet Makeover: Intro to using Essential Oils.” Registration is required by Sept. 2.


On Monday, Sept. 15, Burnett will present “Back-to-School/Emergency/First Aid with Essential Oils.” Registration for this class is required by Sept. 8.


On Monday, Sept. 22, she will present “Mood Management: Growing up Healthy with Essential Oils.” Registration is required by Sept. 15.


On Monday, Sept. 29, she’ll present “Keeping your Pets Healthy with Essential Oils.” Registration for this final class is required by Sept. 22.


Each class will run from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on the above dates. To register, call the Eaton Branch at 937-456-4331 or stop in at 301 N. Barron St.


Eaton Book Sale


The Eaton Branch of PCDL will host a book sale during open hours from Saturday, Sept. 6 through Saturday, Sept. 20. The Eaton Branch is located at 301 N. Barron St., and it’s open Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. On Fridays and Saturdays, the Eaton Branch is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Come early for the best selection of adult, children, and young adult titles. Books are sold by donation only. All funds raised help support the Eaton Branch Library. If you’re interested in helping with the book sale, contact Carly Wall, Head of Circulation, at the Eaton Branch at 456-4331.


New website


PCDL has a new version of its website online now. You can visit the site at www.new.preblelibrary.org.


Clowning around


The Eldorado Branch has a special show scheduled for September when it welcomes Feel N. Lucky, the Happy Hobo Clown, for a performance. Complete with red suspenders, a grizzly five-o’clock shadow, and bright red nose, Lucky’s (a.k.a. Doug Griffin) show combines magic, humor, and balloon twisting to keep children (and adults) chuckling on the edges of their seats.


Lucky is coming to the Eldorado Library on Saturday, Sept. 27 from 1:30-3 p.m. The library will also have carnival games and will provide hot dogs and drinks to complete the carnival experience. Admission, as for all library programs, is free. The Eldorado Branch is at 150 N. Main St.

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