Evenings Upstairs at Library: Trail of Tears

PADUCAH, KY - Evenings Upstairs Series: Connecting People, Cultures & Ideas

March  29  7 pm
Andrew Jackson, Native American Removal, and the Trail of Tears
Led by Professor of History James S. Humphreys Ph.D., Murray State University

April 19  7 pm
Connecting with Today's Quilter
with Becky Glasby, Education Director National Quilt Museum
Co-sponsored by the Friends of the Library

May 17  7 pm
Adventures in Kentucky Barbecue
With author / professor Wes Berry, Western Kentucky University, author of The Kentucky Barbecue Book. Co-sponsored by Kentucky Humanities

June 14  7 pm
Kentucky and the Great War: World War I on the Home Front
Presented by author David Bettez. Co-sponsored by Kentucky Humanities

July 26   7 pm
Mose Rager: Kentucky's Shy Guitar Master
Led by Nancy Richey author/ professor Western Kentucky University. Co-sponsored by Kentucky Humanities & The Friends of The Library

August 16  7 pm
The Civilian Conservation Corps in Southern IL and Western KY
Presented by Kay Rippelmeyer, author of Giant City State Park and the Civilian Conservation Corps & The Civilian Conservation Corps in Southern Illinois.

September 13 7 pm
Children of Promise
With author/Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham.
All programs are free & open to the public
https://www.mclib.net/evenings

A new elevator is coming to the library. The anticipated completion date is April. During this time, the 2nd floor can be accessed only by the stairs. The library staff apologize for any inconvenience. Let the library staff know if you need assistance.
  
For more information, contact Bobbie Wrinkle by calling 270-442-2510 ext. 119 or email: bwrinkle@mclib.net

Published 07:00 AM, Thursday Feb. 01, 2018
Updated 08:07 AM, Thursday Feb. 01, 2018

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