Young Adults

Yoga Class for Teens

 Teens, ages, 11-18, are invited to join an instructor from Day Yoga Studio for a yoga class!

Bring your own mat if you have one; mats will be provided for those who do not bring one. 

Please wear appropriate and comfortable clothing!

Space is limited, Registration is required; Waiver is required!

Date: 
Saturday, February 10, 2018 - 10:00am to 11:00am

Virtual Reality for Teens

Teen Program: Ages 14 -18

The Franklin Public Library is hosting 2 Virtual Reality programs for Teens!  Don't miss the fun of playing with this amazing technology!

Light snacks and water will be provided.

Note: These are 2 separate events, please pick only 1 to sign up for since space is limited!  Thank you!

This program is free; Registration is required and parents will need to sign a waiver for participants.

Date: 
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - 3:30pm to 5:00pm
Location: 

Virtual Reality for Teens

Teen Program: Ages 14 -18

The Franklin Public Library is hosting 2 Virtual Reality programs for Teens!  Don't miss the fun of playing with this amazing technology!

Light snacks and water will be provided.

Note: These are 2 separate events, please pick only 1 to sign up for since space is limited!  Thank you!

This program is free; Registration is required and parents will need to sign a waiver for participants.

Date: 
Tuesday, February 13, 2018 - 3:30pm to 5:00pm
Location: 

Steve Magas on Biking and the Law

Steven Magas is known as Ohio's Bike Lawyer."  He is an avid cyclist and a trial lawyer with 35 years of courtroom experience.  In the 1980s his passion for cycling led him to start working on "Bike Law" - legal issues of interest to cyclists.  He also started handling cases for injured cyclists and the families of those killed while riding, totaling more than 400 "bike cases" over the course of his career.

In addition to representing cyclists, Magas has written about Bike Law on a local, regional, and national basis and is regularly called upon by TV and radio journalists when Bike Law issues pop up in the news.  He sits on the Board of the Ohio Bicycle Federation, Ohio's premier cycling advocacy group, where he focuses on drafting and promoting new and improved "Bike Laws." 

The presentation is for cyclists and lawyers alike.  History, safety, and bike laws will be discussed.  Time will be spent discussing AFRAP (As Far Right As Practicable), what it means and how to get around it; what is a "roadway" and how confusion about the definition has led to uncertainty for cyclists; practical legal and insurance aspects of cycling which includes four different policies that you might have can all be triggered the moment you are tapped by a car. 

The program is free and open to the public  Event is cosponsored by the City of Springboro and the Franklin-Springboro Public Library.  Note: the City of Springboro is working to secure CLE credits for this program.  Additional information on this status will be posted as soon as possible.  For more information contact Dan Boron at (937) 748-6183 or dan@cityofspringboro.com

Date: 
Monday, February 19, 2018 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Jordan Hart and the Underground Railroad Bicycle Route

Jordan Hart and the Underground Railroad Bicycle Route

Jordan Hart is a local photographer, cyclist, scout leader and all around outdoor enthusiast.  Starting at a young age he got hooked on the outdoors and adventure.  In 2003, he rode to Lake Erie with his scout troop and fell in love with long distance cycling. 

In the fall of 2016, Hart rode his bicycle over 2,000 miles along America's legendary route to freedom, the Underground Railroad.  From Mobile, Alabama to Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada, the Underground Railroad Bicycle Route traces the path many slaves took to freedom from the Deep South to Canada.  The journey took him past points of interest and historic sites including many in southwest Ohio and the City of Springboro.

Learn about the trials, tribulations, and high points of the journey!  Hart's talk is free and open to the public.  There is no need to register.  Event is cosponsored by the City of Springboro and the Franklin-Springboro Public Library.  For more information please contact Dan Boron at (937) 748-6183 or dan@cityofspringboro.com.

Date: 
Monday, February 5, 2018 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

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