Adults

Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle - Film Series

 

This program, provided by the Nelson T. Gant Foundation and hosted by John McIntire Library, is a series of film screenings and discussions centered around America's Civil Rights struggle.  The programs will take place in the auditorium of John McIntire Library during the months of February through April and are titled:

The Abolitionists - February 22nd, 1:00 pm

Slavery by Another Name - March 8th, 1:00 pm

Freedom Riders - March 22nd - 1:00 pm

The Loving Story - April 5th - 1:00 pm

Around the World with Jerri Mock

"Jerri Mock did what Amelia Earhart couldn't" says Susan Reid, Mock's sister.  Susan will discuss Mock's 29 day trip as the first woman to fly solo around the world.  Reid's book, Three-Eight Charley, will be available for purchase.  Registration is requested for this free program and can be completed by contacting the Reference Department at John McIntire Library - 740.453.0391, ext. 116 or 132.

Hear Here Audio Book Discussion Group

Hear Here is a gathering of audio book enthusiasts who discuss the variety of aspects there are to the art of listening to recorded books.  Participants share recommended titles, learn about recent arrivals and coming attractions to the library's collection, and discuss favorite narrators.  Registration is requested for this free program.  Contact the Reference Department at John McIntire Library for more information and to register - 740.453.0391, ext. 116 or 132.

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