Saturday, May 26 - May 28
The library will be closed Saturday, May 26, Sunday, May 27, and Monday, May 28, to observe Memorial Day.
Wednesday, May 30
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Wednesdays at 10:00am. May 2, 16 & 30. Village Center. No registration required. Read stories based on real life events and situations. Controversial issues examined in these books prove that there are opportunities for us as readers to learn what we never knew or to reevaluate what we thought we knew. All these books are honest, unique and haunting accounts of people whose memorable experiences you are invited to share and discuss. To receive an email reminder for this series, CLICK HERE.
MAY 2: Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult
MAY 16: Five Days Left by Julie Lawson Timmer
MAY 30: Born a Crime by Trevor Noah
Thursday, May 31
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Thursdays, from 10:00 to 11:30am. Village Center. No registration required. Through this course led by Dr. W. Bernard Carlson, you will come to appreciate how technology undergirds history, defining and shaping daily life, social structure, and how humans find meaning in the world. Dr. W. Bernard Carlson is a professor in the Department of Engineering and Society at the University of Virginia, where he directs the Engineering Business Program. After each DVD lecture there will be a brief discussion period. To receive an email reminder for this series, CLICK HERE.
May 3 Lectures:
Unlocking the Power of Coal & Iron and Steam Engines & Pin Making.
May 17 Lectures:
Canals & Railroads and Food Preservation.
May 31 Lectures:
Water & Sewer Systems and Batteries & Electric Generators.
Sunday, June 3
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
The artists will host a reception on Sunday, June 3 from 2:00pm to 3:30pm in the Oresman Gallery. The reception is also free and everyone is welcome.
Participating artists: Jane Canning, Bonnie Cotnoir, Dolly Kacha, Cooper Lavan, Laura R. Lavan, Brigitte Loritz, Didi McCormack, Mimi Ripp, and Sally Tobin.
SHADE & LIGHT, a new exhibit of art in all featuring nine local artists will be on view in the Oresman Gallery from Saturday, June 2, and will remain on display through Friday, June 29. The exhibit is free and open to everyone during normal library hours.