Saturdays, May 6 & 13, 10 am-12:30 pm; Adriance Memorial Library
A zine is a homemade magazine, created in any shape or size you want. If you’ve got an idea for a small book, then these workshops are for you! Bring copies of your text and we will help you make your own zine. The library will supply magazines, glue sticks, scrap paper, scissors, colored pencils and markers, or bring your own. Please register here.
Thursday, May 4, 10 am; Adriance Memorial Library
Come learn some helpful tips for managing your clutter and time, compliments of MVP’s Community Health Educator, Sydney Leone.
Friday, April 28, 1 pm; Adriance Memorial Library
Explore the cycle of anger; learn the warning signs of anger boiling over and how to catch it early. We will also learn techniques to control anger and harness it. Guest presenter Pashmina Rashad is a Mental Health Counselor.
Sunday, May 7 at 2:30pm; Adriance Memorial Library
All Quiet on the Western Front (1930): One of the most influential anti-war films ever made, this drama follows a group of idealistic young men as they join the German Army during World War I and are sent to the Western Front. (2 hr 14 min)
Saturday, May 6, 11:00am – 4:00pm; Adriance Memorial Library
World War I produced significant narrative literature from the veteran’s point of view. Join us for a writing workshop and reading event that features the writing of veterans and their families.
Light lunch will be served to workshop participants.
Programs throughout May
The Library District will host an exhibit marking the 100th anniversary of America’s entry into World War I. The exhibit is presented by The Library of America in partnership with the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, the National World War I Museum and Memorial, and other organizations, with support from The National Endowment for the Humanities.
The exhibit and related programming is part of a broader effort to bring veterans together with the general public to explore the transformative impact of warfare.
Wednesday, April 15; 7:30pm: Henry Kissinger has traveled the world, advised presidents and been a close observer and participant in the central foreign policy events of our era. His new book, World Order, analyzes today’s ultimate challenge: how to build a shared international order in a world of divergent historic perspectives, violent conflict, proliferating technology and ideological extremism. Adriance Charwat Room.
This is a presentation of a recording of the live event.