Ohio author Mindy McGinnis will be here to talk about her latest Teen book. Heroine.
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Meet and greet with adoptable* cats and dogs from Miami County at the Piqua Public Library. From 11am to 12:30pm, you can also visit animals from the Shelby County Animal Shelter.
Dr. Ken from Tipp City Veterinary Hospital will present a special Pet Chat at 1:30pm on bringing home a new pet.
This walking tour begins at 10:30 a.m. at the State Route 66 entrance into Forest Hill Cemetery
This walking tour begins at 10:30 a.m. at the Pitsenbarger Statue off of McKinley Ave. in Pitsenbarger Park (east end)
This walking tour begins at 10:30 a.m. at Lock Nine Park on East Water Street
This walking tour begins at 10:30 a.m. in front of the Piqua Milling Building, 100 block of North Main.
South Main began as an early Native American Trail which slowly became a trade route for early pioneer settlers as it paralled the Great Miami River. Taverns, mills and tanning yards stood next to brick Federal and Greek Revival style homes. By the 20th century, Queen Anne style homes were sharing space with neighborhood groceries, bakeries, casket carvers and blanket makers. South Main Street has long been one of the historic main entrances into Piqua.
Join Rebecca as she shares her most recent international trip to Iceland.
All are welcome to Miami County Historical & Genealogy Society's public program, 5 Flags Over Piqua. Tonight's program features Andy Hite, Johnston Farm & Indian Agency Site Manager. He will give an overview of Piqua, Ohio from pre-colonial times to American Independence.
This special Book Discussion of The One by John Marrs, One Book, Many Communities Event.
Books are available for checkout near the first floor Circulation Desk approximately one month prior to the Book Discussion.
DNA Testing Ethics: Things to Consider A "One Book, Many Communities" Event.