Learn the basics of a royal icing flood technique to decorate seasonal themed cookies. Students should bring a container big enough to hold 3 cookies flat.  

Registration is required at the Information Desk and there is a fee for the program ($5). Adults only, please.

Do you like playing around and experimenting with sound? Then you’ll love this kid-oriented overview to the wild world of 20th- and 21st-century musical modernism. Come explore the many different ways that composers and musicians have been making new sounds for the past 75 years. Features live music and a chance to discover some new sounds of your own on various instruments!

This program is free and open to the public; no registration required.

The Musicologist-in-Residence program is supported by funding from Way Public Library Foundation & Friends.

This class takes place at Way Library.

Adult, child and infant CPR with breaths, AED use, and relief of choking. This class is for anyone with limited or no medical training or those that require certification. $5 fee payable at registration at Way Information Desk. Upon successful completion of class students can apply for the optional $25 Heartsaver CPR AED course completion card. Card is valid for 2 years.

Registration is required at the Information Desk.

Things turn very frosty in this 1941 winter musical when an unexpected rival shows up and sets her sights on another woman’s fiance!

John Payne, Sonja Henie, and Milton Berle star in a lighthearted romantic comedy that features the Glenn Miller Orchestra as a struggling band that adopts a Norwegian refugee as a publicity stunt. The band takes a job at the posh Sun Valley ski resort. In between songs, Sonja Henie ice skates, and the famous Nicholas Brothers show off their fancy footwork.

Guest speaker is Dennis Vaughn, area film historian.

Award-winning director Hilla Medalia helms this documentary-style drama about the power of dance to bring peace between enemies.

After decades abroad, renowned ballroom dancer Pierre Dulaine returns to his hometown of Jaffa, Israel, nostalgic for the streets of his youth but dismayed by the strong current of racial animosity that now serves as the norm. Fueled by his belief in dancing's power to build self-esteem and social awareness, Dulaine brings his popular Dancing Classrooms program to three diverse, Jaffa-based schools where he teaches ballroom basics to the ethnically mixed population of children.

Adults only/In English, Arabic, Hebrew 1h 30min

Join us to learn how to use 3D printers and software to make cookie cutters. We will start by using creative common designs and eventually learning to create our own designs. Each month, we will focus on a theme for our cookie cutters.

This month's theme: Holiday Theme

Register online or at the Information Desk beginning on Sunday, August 31.

Way Public Library presents a special holiday screening of “Christmas in Connecticut”.  Barbara Stanwyck stars as a New York-based single food writer presenting herself to her readers as a Connecticut housewife running a farm.  What will she do when her publisher insists she host a returning war hero for a holiday dinner?  Join us for this charming romantic comedy.  There will be cookies, popcorn, and a hot chocolate bar! 

This program is free and open to the public; no registration required.  Adults only, please.