Weekly Update
September 19 - September 25, 2022
From Your Library
Looking for New Reads? Our Librarians Have Them
Are you looking for new reading suggestions? Our librarians have something perfect for you! Browse suggestions like Large Print Sci-fi & Fantasy, Historical Fiction, and What We're Reading to find your next favorite read today.

Looking for more personalized suggestions? Fill out our Five Books Just for You form to get personalized suggestions based on your favorite genres, authors, and more.
This Week at WCDPL
Research Property History with Resources at the Library
Learn about the history of your house, a property, or a local business with the library in If These Walls Could Talk: Researching Property History on Wednesday, September 21 at 2:00 pm in Meeting Room A&B at the Bowling Green Library. Local History Librarian Marnie Pratt will show you how to use the library and other community resources to uncover the rich past and shed light on questions about local properties.
Learn the Basics of Technology with Beginners Workshops
Looking to learn more about your computer and how to better use technology? Our Computer Basics workshops are perfect for beginners! Join us for these introductory courses that run through six different computer topics. Our next workshop is Friday, September 23 at 11:00 am in Meeting Room C at the Bowling Green Library on Email with Gmail. This is an introductory course on Gmail that covers composing, receiving, and organizing an electronic mailbox. Register here.
Join a Book Club for Great Reads and Great Discussion
Ready to read something new and meet new people? Join a book club at the library! We have a variety of upcoming book clubs to suit every reading taste.

Tuesday, September 20 | 11:00 am | Meeting Room A&B
Discussing Trejo: My Life of Crime, Redemption and Hollywood by Danny Trejo and Donal Logue.

Monday, September 26 | 6:30 pm | The Carter House
Discussing Trejo's Tacos by Danny Trejo.

Tuesday, October 4 | 7:00 pm | Meeting Room C
Discussing "The Shawshank Redemption."

Tuesday, October 11 | 7:00 pm | Meeting Room A&B
Discussing Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt.
At Your Library
K-5 Students: Get Homework Help & Snacks Every Weekday
Do you know a K-5 student who is in need of homework help, or a space to do their homework and have a snack after school? The library is partnering with America Reads, Bowling Green State University, and Connecting Kids to Meals every weekday from 4:00 to 6:00 pm for Homework Help & Snacks in the Children's Place at the Bowling Green Library!

Simply stop by our Children's Place during this time to get homework help and grab a snack!
Explore and Learn with Our Library of Things
Spend your days playing games outdoors with your family, your nights watching movies on the big screen with a home movie kit, and all the time in between with more items from our Library of Things! We have plenty of the things you'll use this fall, from family fun to DIY projects to educational tools.
Now Hiring
Join Our Team
WCDPL is hiring! We're looking for Pages and a Bookmobile & Outreach Services Assistant at this time.

Find out more about employment opportunities at WCDPL and how to apply at wcdpl.org/employment.
New Books at Your Library
Lisa Taddeo
Board of Trustees
Brian Paskvan, President
Becky Bhaer, Vice President
Ken Frisch, Secretary
Ellen Dalton
Nathan Eikost
Greg Esposito
Mike Sibbersen

Michael L. Penrod, Director
Bowling Green
251 North Main Street
Bowling Green, OH 43402
(419) 352-5104
Walbridge
108 North Main Street
Walbridge, OH 43465
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