Local History Librarian Jessica Robinson offers some tips for recording oral histories, and talks about her upcoming library program, “Preserving Your Family History.”
Jeff Woolf from Morpher Helmets (it’s folds!); Paul Robison talks about the UK’s Bikeability program. Peter and Tracy Fluke on their tandem tour; and Leah Flickinger from Hearst Enthusiast Group
Adult Services Associate Kate Atherton describes what visitors can look forward to on July 20 for the fifth annual Pekar Park Comic Book Fest.
Consumer Reports gives 3 bicycle helmets a “don’t buy” rating… we want to know why. Rob Sulaski talks about the “Lake Effect” of living and working near water and what happens when they build a community of roads and no one comes.
Aaron Gordon from Jalopnik.com talks about t he NYPD’s 3-week enforcement of traffic laws. 3 Weeks? Them, as the 2019 Tour de France kicks off in Brussels, it’s an encore presentation of an interview with Phil Liggett – the voice of the Tour de France.
More kids on bikes! We talk with the ever dapper and mile-a-minute-thinker Gary Fisher about the work Trek is doing and Gary’s thoughts on kids. Then, Dan Thornton from Free Flite Bikes in Atlanta talks about the NICA program HE’S involved in, growing the pie from a handful of kids to over 1,000. Freelance writer and food/nutrition expert Christine Byrne answers the burning question, “are eggs good for you”? And, more…
Adult Services Librarian John Piche introduces Heights Libraries’ new Nonfiction Book Discussion group.
Eli Griffen from Rails-to-Trails talks about “rail banking” Molly Hurford’s new book for young girls “Shred Girls – Lindsay’s Joy Ride”. Dan Wuori and Diane break down the lead up to the Tour de France.
Adult Services Associate L.P. Coladangelo explains how adults can win prizes for reading and participating in outdoors-themed programs at the Library this summer.
Dr. Jonathan Hersch talks about hip impingement; Peter and Tracey Fluke are 500 miles into their 7,000 mile 2019 tandem journey; and, Dr. Evan Friss, professor of history at James Madison University, talks about his new book, On Cycles.