|Lifestyle Briefs: 02-01-14|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 01 February 2014 09:31|
Otterbein Portage Valley offers iPad class
PEMBERVILLE - A class for novice iPad or iPad2 users will be held on Tuesday from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at Otterbein Portage Valley Senior Lifestyle Community on Pemberville Road.
Robin Small will show how to connect to Wi-Fi, use applications, take pictures and download apps. A brief introduction to Facebook will also be included.
She will also offer general tips and tricks for using the iPad more effectively. Bring charged-up iPad and a list of questions. Registration is not required.
Portage Valley is located just south of the Pemberville Road and Ohio 582 intersection.
For more information call 419-833-8917.
'Culinary History of Black Swamp' book-signing today
PERRYSBURG - Books a Million in the Town Center at Levis Commons will host a book-signing event at 1 p.m. today featuring Bowling Green resident Nathan Crook, author of "A Culinary History of the Great Black Swamp."
Crook, an assistant professor at Ohio State University's Wooster campus, was the subject of a November Cook's Corner column in the Sentinel-Tribune which focused on two recipes from the new book.
It reviews how each immigrant group that came to call this region of Ohio and eastern Indiana home brought its own culinary traditions - from pickled eggs to peanut butter pie.
With a foreword by Lucy Long of the Bowling Green-based Center for Food and Culture, Crook's book explores the landscape, history, culture and representative cuisines that make eating here a memorable experience.
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