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March 18, 2019
 

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You can have your chocolate and eat it too

7th annual library chocolate bake-off was Saturday's book to check out

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Hey, kids, invite Timothy Chrissobolis to your next party.

Hey, adults, invite Timothy’s mom, Erin, to your next party. And don’t forget to ask them to bring something chocolate for dessert.

The mother-son duo won first place in their respective divisions (adult and youth) in Saturday’s 7th annual chocolate bake-off at the Ada Public Library.

Timothy entered a brownie cake with cookie butter frosting. His mom entered an Oreo chocolate cake.

Depending upon how you looked at it, the four judges either had a very tough time or, had the time of their life, tasting and scoring the entries.

Struggling with grief

Mental Health Recovery Services Board program offered at Ada Public Library

The Mental Health Recovery Services Board of Allen, Auglaize and Hardin Counties will hold a series of free programs focusing on the struggle to overcome grief.

The programs take place in the Ada Public Library from 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays, March 6, through May 8, according to Chris Estes, Prevention Marketing Specialist, LOSS Team Coordinator.

Estes asks: “Are you struggling with your grief, over a death, a relationship, your pet, a life change? When Option A doesn’t work out, go to Option B, which is facing adversity, building resilience and finding joy.”

Here’s the Ada Public Library February calendar

The Ada Public Library has several events planned in February. Click on the calendar below to enlarge.

For a printer-friendly version open and print the attachment to this story.

Ada Public Library closed on Thursday, Jan. 31

The Ada Public Library is closed today, Thursday, Jan. 31, according to  Rhett Grant, library director.

 

 

Ada Public Library wants to you to meet Lynda

Free training session Wednesday afternoon

The Ada Public Library wants you to learn what "Lynda" can do for you.

Lynda, a.k.a, Lynda.com, offered more than 12,000 expert-led courses designed for any skill level.

A free training session takes place at the library at 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 30. All you need is an Ada Public Library card to take the training. A visit to Lynda.com website reveals countless courses available in design, software development, photography, web development and business, as examples.

Lynda.com is an online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals.

The colors around us

Coloring club at work in the public library

• Interested in joining the Ada Public Library coloring club? The next meeting is 3:30 p.m., Friday, Jan. 18, at the library.

The club meeting was pretty quiet. You might say, quiet as in “stress-relieving quiet.”

Yet, there were animals, enchanted forests, secret gardens and kaleidoscope designs radiating from the artists’ palettes.

Three members of informal adult coloring club at the Ada Public Library sat around a table keenly focused on their work on Friday afternoon.

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