The topics we discussed yesterday included:
- How much influence should an employer have over the personal lives of his or her employees?
- What is right or wrong about being politically incorrect?
- What will be the end result of stores being open for business on Thanksgiving Day?
The Cafe currently opens each month at 6:30 pm on the second Thursday of the month. Next Cafe is December 10.
We will be moving back to our original Wednesday evenings beginning in 2016.
Stop by and talk with your neighbors – EVERYONE has a philosophy, and one can find a friendly place to share it at the Nordonia Hills Socrates Cafe.
Get your holiday candy freak on at:
The event is free and open to the public but reservations are required.
Date & Time: October 15, 2015 at 5:30 pm – 7 pm
Location: John S. Knight Center 77 E. Mill St. Akron, OH 44308
ArtsNow, a new non-profit that has emerged out of the Arts and Culture Assessment for Summit County, would like to invite you to attend SummitLive365: The Launch. SummitLive365 is a new portal for artists, venues, performers, organizations and creators of all kinds who comprise Summit County’s rich arts and culture scene.
On Thursday, October 15th from 5:30-7pm ArtsNow will host an event at the John S. Knight Center to celebrate the launch of this free resource and we would love for you to attend to celebrate the work of so many people county-wide. Free food, entertainment and fun! Join the celebration!
SummitLive365 is a new website which launched in October of 2015. This unique forum serves as a portal for artists, performers, venues, and organizations to feature their talents as well as a robust event calendar for the county. SummitLive365 is free to use and is home to everything from family-friendly events to individual artists sharing their talents. Check it and see where you want to be!
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Your friendly librarians at Nordonia Hills Branch Library are doing something a little different for Banned Books Week this year. Inspired by a post on Pinterest, we made our own Banned Books Week mugshot photo booth! Check out our librarian’s mugshots below, and be sure to stop in to take one of your own!
Here is a look at a few new children books.
Meet the fearsome creatures of the lumberwoods! The Hodag, like a spinybacked bull-horned rhinoceros packing 3,000 pounds of carnivorous fury. The Snoligoster, the reptilian beast that feeds on the shadows of its victims. And deadlier than a rattler, copperhead, or cottonmouth combined, the Hoop Snake, which can chase prey at speeds up to 60 miles per hour and then, with one sting of its venomous tail, cause the victim to turn purple, swell up, and die. For every kid who loves a good scare, here are 20 spooky, macabre, and yet whimsical tales about the most fantastical beasts in American folklore. Originally published in 1910 by William T. Cox and now inspiringly retold by Hal Johnson. Straight out of the era of Paul Bunyan, it speaks to an earlier time in American history, when the woods were indeed dark and deep and filled with mystery