The Author will speak about his novel, Always Living The Dream. Jake Million is living the life he has always desired. He is retired and is physically and financially able to "Always Live the Dream." This being said, he's never let go of what is most important in his life, the Four F's, Faith, Family, Friends and having Fun. Thus, the book describes the happenings and "isms" that only Jake can tell in his own unique way. FREE and open to the public. Call 304-737-0157 for more information.
Come join us for our Cookies & Canvas Painting Event with Deborah Ross Smith as our Paintbrush Social Instructor! Create a painted masterpiece on canvas, while nibbling on a sweet treat. All supplies included (paint, canvas, and sweets). Be sure to wear clothes to paint in! Participation open to adults of any age and children 13 and older. Cost is $35 per person, cash only (call with any questions). Limited space, must pre-register & pre-pay by June 4th by calling 304-737-1551. For more information on library events and materials, visit http://wellsburg.lib.wv.us/.
Adopt a worm from us or bring your own worm and enter it into the Brooke County Public Libraries Annual Worm Races. You must be registered for this program. Typical age is from Elementary to High School in celebration of the Children and Young Adult Summer Reading Program. Registration opens July 1st.
THE BROOKE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO THE OPENING OF THE BUILDING ADDITION WHICH HOUSES The National American Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor Museum, Education and Research Center DEATH MARCH REENACTMENT PARADE MILITARY UNITS, EQUIPMENT AND REENACTORS WILL BE ON DISPLAY WITH A MILITARY HELICOPTER FLYOVER LUNCH PROVIDED BY ELKS LODGE 1555. Please call if interested.
Come meet and greet Sacajawea who will be portrayed by a presenter from the West Virginia Humanities Council History Alive! Program! Free to attend; light refreshments will be served; parking at the back of the building.
Come meet and greet Sacagawea, who will be portrayed by Mary Dailey of Ronceverte in a West Virginia Humanities Council History Alive Program! Light refreshments will be served. Free admission. Parking is located behind the library.
Presenter Jenniffer Weber shares how she began studying the Holocaust and the importance of Holocaust education. From a life-changing trip to Israel to volunteering with Classrooms Without Borders, Weber’s experiences show the lasting impact of this tragic chapter in history. Her slide show will offer a glimpse into the life of Holocaust survivor Magda Herzberger, including passages from Magda’s own books. An inspiring and eye-opening program. Call 304-737-1551 to register or for more information. Free and open to the public.
Enroll your children in our Day Camp this summer! This weeks theme is: Game On! Ages 4-6 from 9AM - 12PM $40 for the week Ages 7-9 from 9AM - 3PM $75 for the week (Reduced pricing for families with multiple children)
Registration will begin at 7 am. The tour will begin at 8 a.m. with the start of the 100 km riders. The mass start will be at 8:45 a.m. for those riding 30 miles, escorted by the Wheeling Police Department, with road guards posted at critical intersections. The 10-mile ride is also an escorted ride on the trail and will begin shortly after the mass start. The 100 km (62 miles) ride will leave the trail near the Ohio/Brooke County line for a hilly loop through Bethany and West Liberty with a stop at Bethany College. It is a challenging ride with great SAG support. Lunch will be served between 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. at Heritage Port and there will be entertainment from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., so returning riders can sit under the shade trees or tents and relax. Snack/water stops will keep riders hydrated: 3 on the 100 km ride and 2 on the 30-mile ride. Same-day registrations are welcome but it helps us if you register early. Every participant is required to wear a helmet. Entrants under 18 must be accompanied by a registered adult. We ride rain or shine! For further information call Quick Service Bicycle Shop at 740-635-3700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The 2017 Heritage Trail Tour is made possible by our generous sponsors and by thousands of volunteer hours donated by members of the Ohio Valley Trail Partners and residents of the Ohio Valley. Money raised by this event supports expansion and care for the Wheeling Heritage Trail. We hope you enjoy it!