Dungeons & Dragons is a fantasy role-playing game set in an imaginary world based loosely on medieval myth. It is the world's most popular pen & paper Role Playing Game (RPG). New AND experienced players are welcome! Groups will consist of 4-6 people and campaigns can last between 1-4 months. You may bring a Player's Handbook if you have one, but it's not required. We meet every other Friday, but only if there is school that day. For students in grades 7-12.
Mad Science of Northeast Ohio will be here for a scientifically fun morning. During this highly-interactive program, we explore the concepts of matter and pressure. Audience members watch as our friend Eggbert gets “pushed around” by air pressure. Volunteers even help us appear to defy gravity with columns of air. We even present a series of really “cool” (get it?!) dry ice experiments that include shivering quarters, giant burps, bubbling potions, and more! For families of all ages.
Join us for TPL's 7th annual Music in the Garden summer music series of free one-hour concerts. Karen & Christopher Ellicott will offer a family-friendly program with music that celebrates summertime past and present. In the event of rain, the concert will take place in Meeting Rooms 1, 2, and 3.
Give your child a taste of Kindergarten with
this fun, educational series. Each class focuses on some of the 16 Skills for
Success Summit County recommends to help children be ready to learn in Kindergarten. Class and activities are from 11 - 12. Feel free to bring a
peanut-free bagged lunch for a cafeteria-feel as the children watch a video
pertaining to the skills of the day from 12 - 12:30.
Each date focuses on different skills: June 5 is
Colors and Shapes June 12 is Counting and Sorting June 19 is Letters &
Rhyming June 26 is Location and Retelling
For children entering Kindergarten fall 2017 or fall 2018.
Open Mic Night is your chance to perform music,
recite poetry, do standup, or even a short skit. Sign up for a spot and come to the Reading Garden or our meeting rooms, depending on the
weather. For teens ages 12 and up. Performers must register; audience members do not need to register.