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VIRTUAL -- As American as Pumpkin Pie

Join food historian Sarah Wassberg Johnson for this special combined cooking demonstration and talk. Sarah will demonstrate the roasting of a sugar pie pumpkin and its transformation into real pumpkin pie, as well as a historical overview of the pumpkin, including its Indigenous origins and use in Colonial America, as well as its transformation into a modern autumn staple.

This event will be held on Zoom. You must have the Zoom information to participate. 
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VIRTUAL -- Absolutely Pure: A History of American Name Brand Foods

You've heard of the big ones - Campbell's, Jell-O, Kraft, Kellogg's, Hershey - but do you know how they got to be so big? And what about the name brands that aren't as famous, or that disappeared altogether? Borden, Libby's, Best Foods, Cottolene, Nabisco, Necco? Brand name foods dominate our lives, our media, and even our politics. So how did we get here? 
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History of Indigenous People in Ohio

Who lived in Ohio before colonization? 
Who came to Ohio due to the pressures of colonization?
What happened from 1930 - 1970? 

Join Executive Director of the Cleveland American Indian Movement, SUNDANCE, to discover all this and more about those who lived here before us in this in-person event at the Brunswick Library. 

This event is presented in partnership with the Medina Diversity Project. 
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VIRTUAL -- How to Twist Balloon Animals

BeeFest just isn't BeeFest without Nate the Great's speedy balloon twisting skills. 

You won't BEE-lieve it how fast Nate the Great twists balloon animals. This year, you get the chance to learn how to twist these awesome critters from Nate himself! 

This event is intended for students in grades 3 & up. 

Pick up supplies at Medina Library July 6-16 to twist along with Nate. This event will be held on Zoom. You must have the Zoom link to participate. You may follow along without the supplies. 
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