Living Tiny Series
From the freedom to roam, to the bliss of a simpler life, people are attracted to living smaller for a variety of reasons. Learn more about the Tiny Home trend with this series. Call the Library at 330-343-6123 to register for one or all of these programs.
Living Simple by Decluttering
Thursday, June 15 at 6:30 PM
If you’re looking for ideas on how to organize your household clutter, join Christine Kendle, Ohio State University Extension Educator, as she offers tips and tricks to organize all areas of your home.
Tuesday, June 20 at 6:30 PM
Ohio State University Extension Educator, Christine Kendle, will address some of the issues faced when cooking in a tiny space such as how to best utilize space, food storage considerations, and which appliances and utensils are best. Christine will demonstrate how to prepare a few simple recipes with no large appliances needed.
Thursday, June 22 at 6:30PM
Jamie Lynn Neal was intrigued by the possibility of “living tiny,” so she refurbished a 1988 Terry Taurus camper and transformed it into her cozy home. Hear about Jamie’s challenges in creating her “Scooby Shack” and ask her questions about what it’s like to live in a small space. Next, tour a Tiny Home with Norman Yoder, owner of Tiny Homes of Ohio, as he discusses his self-contained and environment friendly all season homes. The evening will start in our Community Room where Mr. Yoder will talk about his unique products before moving outside where he will answer questions as we tour one of his homes.