Sunday announcements, library, March 16

Library to offer ‘teen challenge’

BELLEVUE Teens are invited to the Bellevue Public Library to learn how to read QR codes Saturday through March 22 for the QR Code Teen Challenge.

QR codes are to be located throughout the library. Questions are hidden in the codes. The first 24 teens who submit completed entry forms are to receive a 4.5-inch silicone smart phone case. Entry forms with correct answers are to be entered in a drawing for a $30 gift card to Books-A-Million.

Entry froms are available at either check-out desk. For more information, call (419) 483-0422.

Teen Book Club to meet

BELLEVUE The next date for the Teen Book Club is at 4 p.m. March 27 at the Bellevue Public Library.

Teens 13 and older are to discuss “Island of Thieves” by Josh Lacey.

Refreshments are to be served and copies of the book are available at the youth services desk.

Librarian to present program

Rebecca Hill, Hayes Presidential Center’s head librarian, is to present “Researching the History of Your House,” 10:30 a.m.-noon March 29 at the Tiffin-Seneca Public Library in the Frost Kalnow room.

The program is free and is sponsored by the Tiffin Historic Trust.

To register, call (419) 585-2075 or email tiffin

Program to focus on essential oils

CLYDE Cherity Kremer is to present a class on “The Basics of Essential Oils and Their Uses” at 6 p.m. March 31 in the meeting room of the Clyde Public Library.

Attendees are to have the opportunity to sample some of the oils and learn how essential oils are effective in combating coughs, colds, flu, earaches and headaches.

To register for the free program, call (419) 547-7174.