Harmful chemicals that have been implicated in Autism, ADHD, cancer, and other illnesses are frequently found throughout our homes in common household products. Protect yourself and your family by learning which harmful chemicals to avoid and how to read confusing product labels. Presented by Jackie Susnik, a retired educator, who worked with children with developmental disabilities for over 30 years. In retirement her passion is helping others read product labels in order to understand the possible presence of chemicals that may be harmful to their health.
Professional level course to learn the benefits and proper use of LinkedIn. Are you still on the fence regarding LinkedIn? Not sure what a minimal profile entails? Would you just prefer to skip the whole thing? Want to find out how to turn off notifications of all types? Bring your lunch and your questions to this informative session that’s suitable for professionals, students, retirees and anyone else interested in discovering opportunities on LinkedIn. No registration required
Celebrate The Dayton Literary Peace Prize with a series of weekly discussions of the 2015 finalists. Join facilitator Andrew Slade, Associate Professor and Chair of the English Department at the University of Dayton, to go beyond plot, summary, and reader response to include those kinds of insights that literary critics can help draw out of books and readers. You do not need to have read the books to participate.
Tuesdays @ 7pm September 29; October 6, 13, 20, 27
Join in the discussion each month on the second Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. The Book Club meets in the library meeting room. Reservations are not required.