A member of the Ohio Chapter of the Association of Gravestone Studies as well as the national organization, Teresa Lambert is now focusing on cemeteries and their care, restoration, and preservation, and gravestone symbols and their meanings.
Residing in Findlay, Ohio, with her husband of nearly forty years, Teresa holds a bachelor's degree in elementary education and secondary social studies and a master's degree in gifted education from Bowling Green State University and considers herself to be a lifelong learner. Her other hobbies include reading (her book club recently celebrated thirty years together), bicycling, and herb gardening. She is also a member of the Gaslight Gallery, an artists co-op in Findlay, where she shares her love of photography and travel.
Hear about her experiences with gravestones and graveyards all around the area.
Library staff member Justin Crawfis will present a genealogy program about military research resources available at the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library. The program is free and no registration is required.
Holiday wreath making program.
Tech Tips for The Holidays will be presented on Tuesday, December 9 at the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library from 2:00-3:00 p.m. in the Lindamood Room. Mike Trausch, Information Technology Manager, will present an information class to help participants learn about technology and terminology before purchasing electronic items this holiday season. No registration is required.
Spend an evening with the Findlay Library for a Downton Abbey Tea. Enjoy tea and light refreshments with your friends and people who love Downton Abbey as much as you do. Season 5 is upon us and Cathy Kamenca from WGTE will be here with behind the scene clips (beware of spoilers from Season 5) and a fun discussion after. Cathy will talk all things WGTE and have some raffle prizes to give away as well. Period dress is encouraged, but optional. Please bring your tea cup and be ready to share the story (if it has one) to the free event.