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The subject is "ghosts"

Saturday at the library - program by members of Toledo Ghost Hunting Society

Members of the Toledo Ohio Ghost Hunting Society will give a chilling ghost talk at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 24, at the Ada Public Library, 320 N. Main.

Society members will describe their experiences with spirits from beyond.

Also, they will tell about some of their most haunted locations in the area, and end the program with a question and answer session.

Harold St. John will be among Society members attending. He is an instructor at Owens Community College where he teaches Ghost Hunting 101 and 102. He is also host of a live ghost talk show and Web stream show.


Hear what ONU communications professor has to say about it on Saturday

Interested in politics?

Dr. Jennifer Walton, associate professor fo communication arts, Ohio Northern University, will address that subject at 1 p.m. on Saturday at the Ada Public Library.

The program is free and open to the public.

Ada Public Library event

Love chocolate?

Then you might want to enter, or just show up at the library on Saturday AM

Love chocolate? Who doesn't.

Ada Public Library's 6th annual chococlate bake-off should appeal to you. It's at 11 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 10, at the library.

The rules to enter are simple and there's just one rule: bake or make something that showcases chocolate as the main ingredient and bring it to the library on Saturday by 10:45 a.m.

The winner will be decided by popular choice. Call or stop by the library to sign-up or just show up to enjoy a free dessert and help choose a bake-off winner.

Melia Santillanez and Elsie Allen won first place in last year’s bake-off. They entered a Texas sheet cake.

Not yet completed, but so far, it's looks great

Ada Public Library reopens after inside renovations

By Monty Siekerman
A new, enlarged circulation desk has been installed at the Ada Public Library.

With an addition/renovation and convenient parking, the library can expect more patrons bring books to the front desk for checkout.

The desk is lower, too, making it more convenient for youngsters. Purple, yellow, blue walls make the library a bright, happy place.

The library closed for 10 days while workers installed new ceiling, carpeting, and built the desk. It reopened Monday.