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“With You There is Light:” Author Talk with Alexandra Lehmann

Tuesday, November 7th at 7:00 pm in the Meeting Room. He told her what he witnessed. What she did with the truth changed history. As a founding member of the White Rose student resistance in Munich during World War II, Sophie Scholl helped write, produce and distribute thousands of anti-Nazi leaflets all over Southern Germany...

The Viennese Connection: From Gilded to Gritty

Thursday, November 2nd from 6:30 to 8:00 in the Meeting Room. ArtScapades returns to explore the lives and works of four fascinating artists with Austrian affiliations. Join us for a look at Gustav Klimt and his student Egon Schiele, as well as Lucien Freud, grandson of the famous psychoanalyst, and his artistic rival, Francis Bacon. Please...

Winter Needle Felting With Katie

Thursday, December 14th from 4:00 to 5:30 in the Meeting Room. Learn to make a small animal or ornament using a special burred needle and colored wool. Needle felting is sociable, relaxing and fun. There is a $6.oo materials fee. Please register.    

“Wild Fabrications”

“Wild Fabrications”

An exhibit of Contemporary Art by FiberWorks will be in the former Genealogy Room on the second floor from September 29th to October 26th. The Opening Reception is on Sunday, October 1st from 2:00 to 4:00.

Understanding Medicare

Thursday, October 26th at 6:30 in the Meeting Room. Margaret Ackley will answer all questions, and each attendee will receive a free Medicare Guide. If you are over 65, approaching 65 or under 65 with certain disabilities this program is for you!

The Literature of War: Three Novels of 20th-century Wars

Join Mark Schenker of Yale College for discussions of three novels that have made, or are destined to make, significant contributions to the literature of war: Out Stealing Horses (2003) on October 28, and The Things They Carried (1990) on November 11. These prize-winning works—about WWI, WWII, and the Vietnam War, respectively—are written by a...