Join Andrew Slade, Associate Professor and Chair of the English Department at the University of Dayton for a monthly reading and discussion of a Dayton Literary Peace Prize winner or finalist. Discussion will go beyond plot summary and reader response to include those kinds of insights that literary critics can help draw out of books and readers. Don’t miss this opportunity to study some of the most important books being written today on the subject of peace and human conflict.
Are you ready to be free of your sugar addiction? Carissa Heinzer will present, 7 Steps to Finally Kick the Sugar Habit. Heinzer is the owner of Revive: Mind, Body, Spirit located in Oakwood. She is a Certified Health and Wellness Coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, a licensed massage therapist, and a certified yoga instructor.
The Oakwood Historical Society in partnership with the Library is pleased to present another edition of the Far Hills Speaker Series- Boulders, Bedrock, and Brewing Water: How Local Geology has Influenced the History of Oakwood and the Surrounding Area. This presentation addresses the bedrock geology of this area and its use in Oakwood, local quarryin
The Oakwood Historical Society in partnership with the Library is pleased to present this edition of the Far Hills Speaker Series- The Great Flood of 1913 by Mark Risley. This detailed presentation explores Dayton before the flood, the causes of the flood, the rescue/recovery efforts and the long-term results of the area's response.