Cord Cutting 101

Learn how to cut the cord from cable once and for all at the Cord Cutting 101 class on Tuesday, September 25 at 6:30 pm.
Participants will learn the basics of cord cutting including how to enjoy broadcast television, what equipment is needed, and the most popular streaming services currently on the market.

Movie Night: Frankenstein

Enjoy a free screening of the 1931 movie adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein on Thursday, September 27 at 6:30 pm.

Featuring Boris Karloff’s portrayal of the most tragic and memorable monster, this is a must-see for anyone who enjoys critically acclaimed classic films.
No registration is required.

How-To Festival

Reed Memorial Library’s first How-To Festival on Saturday, September 29 from 10:00-2:15 pm
Simultaneous 30-minute workshops will be held around the library that will introduce a topic or explain “how-to” do something. Workshop categories include health and wellness, hobbies and lifestyle, technology, children’s activities, and much more.
Learn a new hobby, skill, or just have fun!

Walking Tour of Maple Grove Cemetery

Saturday, September 29

Reed Memorial Library, in partnership with the Portage County Historical Society and Museum, will host a walking tour through Maple Grove Cemetery. Tour the cemetery grounds and learn about some early and notable burials. Brian Rhinehart from PCHS and Reference Librarian Kevin Gray will lead this tour. This tour is weather dependent. Please dress accordingly and wear comfortable walking shoes. Registration is required and space is limited.



Tech Petting Zoo

Curious about upcoming and emerging technology? Stop by Reed Memorial Library’s Tech Petting Zoo on Monday, October 1 at 6:30 pm.
Participants will have the opportunity gain hands-on experience interacting with new technology trends, virtual reality, e-Health technology, and kids technology.
Get up close and personal with new tech, and have your questions answered. Open to all ages.
No registration is required.

Computer Basics

Tuesday, October 2

This will be an opportunity for people completely unfamiliar with computers to get some basic hands-on training and begin to feel more comfortable with the technology.
Registration is required and space is limited.


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