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June 19, 2019

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Talk a walk into downtown history on Monday evening

Fred Steiner leads a "village story walk" on Main Street; sign-up at the library

Did you ever notice…
• that the alley narrows between the Shannon Theatre and 10,000 Villages?
• and that Cherry Street widens between Dollar General and Main Street?
• a reference to books on the doorway above an entrance to Bluffton High School as it faces Main Street?

And, did you know that…
• an error exists on the historic painting in the post office?
• a railroad track is embedded in the center of Main Street below the pavement?
• there’s a reason why Main Street doesn’t run true north and south?

Amphibians at Buckeye Park

The B.E.E.T.L.E. (Bringing Environmental Education to Learners Everywhere) vehicle will be parked at Buckeye Park, beside the pavilion, tomorrow, Wednesday, June 12 from 10 a.m. Join naturalist, Jessie Elsass, from Johnny Appleseed Metro Parks, to learn about amphibiams.

This event is hosted by Bluffton Public Library. 

Make your own terrarium at the library

Discover what a terrarium is and make your own, under the guidance of Susie Stratton from Stratton Greenhouses on Thursday, June 13 at 6 p.m. in the lower level meeting room of the library.

This is open to adults and supervised children. The cost is $10 at the door.

Please register at the library.

Create your own galaxy t-shirt at the library

Bluffton Public Library is hosting a craft session for teens and adults to create your own galaxy t-shirt, on Friday, June 14 at 10 a.m. in the lower level parking lot.  Participants will need to bring a black or navy cotton shirt. 

Using bleach and paint, a librarian will help you create your own unique galaxy tee. 

Please register for this event. 

Fun with LEGO at the library today

Bluffton Public Library hosts LEGO-building fun today, Friday, June 7 from 3-5 p.m. in the lower level room. Bring your own LEGOs or use the library's.

Open to all ages and no registration is required. 

Toledo Zoo present Endangered Species talk at library tomorrow

Bluffton Public Library hosts the Toledo Zoo staff talk "Endangered Species" on Friday, June 7 at 1 p.m. in the lower level meeting room. 

Participants will learn about endangered species, meet zoo staff and live chat with animals at the Toledo Zoo. 

This program is for children, kindergarten through 5th grade. Registration is required. 

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