Judy Semroc, Conservation Specialist from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, presents the human impact on plants and animals in a variety of
ecosystems using macro photography to highlight the “faces” of those
creatures we affect. Semroc also gives alternative practices to better
protect the imperiled species and their important habitats.
First Monday of the month at 2 p.m. New members welcome!
June 5 – Boston Girl by Anita Diamant July 3 – Everything I Never Told You by Celeste
Ng August 7 – The Altogether Unexpected Disappearance of
Atticus Craftsman by Mamen Sanchez September 4
– The Silent Sister by Diane
Chamberlain October 2 – The Cherry Harvest by Lucy Sanna November 6 –
Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff December 4 –
The Widow by Fiona Barton
Ohio State grad,
Robert Roman, looks back at the beginnings of The Ohio State University
football program. Hear anecdotes, such as the refusal of rival Ohio Wesleyan to
play in Columbus, lest their player be corrupted by the godless public school
students. Also find out how little has changed in the debates of hiring and
firing coaches, academic eligibility, and building new facilities.
book will be available for purchase. Registration begins July 1.