Sunday October 22, 2017
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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Budapest & the Black Sea Travelogue

Join everyone’s friend and favorite former  Monroe chemistry teacher, Enid Lipeles for a tour through Budapest, Prague, Belgrade, Bucharest and Dracula’s castle.  Hear a fascinating narrative of history, architecture, culture and lore while viewing stunning pictures.

Registration is Required.

 

LOCATION: Ehlers Meeting Room
There are many spaces available.

Join everyone’s friend and favorite former  Monroe chemistry teacher, Enid Lipeles for a tour through Budapest, Prague, Belgrade, Bucharest and Dracula’s castle.  Hear a fascinating narrative of history, architecture, culture and lore while viewing stunning pictures.

Registration is Required.

 

LOCATION: Ehlers Meeting Room

There are many spaces available.

Monday October 23, 2017
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Why Choose a Community College?

As the price of college continues to soar, where can the students of tomorrow find another higher education solution that meets their needs?

Community colleges can provide affordability, an easier admissions process, flexibility, a smaller campus, easy transitioning, post-degree options, networking opportunities and hands-on experience. Explore the community college option and learn more.

Presented by Bernard Shea, Assistant Director of Admissions at Housatonic Community College.

Registration is required.

 

LOCATION: Ehlers Meeting Room
There are many spaces available.

As the price of college continues to soar, where can the students of tomorrow find another higher education solution that meets their needs?

Community colleges can provide affordability, an easier admissions process, flexibility, a smaller campus, easy transitioning, post-degree options, networking opportunities and hands-on experience. Explore the community college option and learn more.

Presented by Bernard Shea, Assistant Director of Admissions at Housatonic Community College.

Registration is required.

 

LOCATION: Ehlers Meeting Room

There are many spaces available.

Tuesday October 24, 2017
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Art for Adults: Indian Corn Color Studies

This Program has been rescheduled to December 4th

Join Kathy Vincent of ArtSmart! Studio for an evening of autumn inspired painting! Working with liquid watercolor, participants will experiment with color blending to create beautiful studies of Indian corn. Details may be accented with charcoal pencil, oil pastel or ink.

Participants are invited to bring along their own Indian corn for observational drawing.

Registration is required and limited to 16 people.  If this class is full, an identical class is being offered on October 2nd.  Please register for one class only.

This program is paid for by the Friends of the Edith Wheeler Memorial Library.

 

LOCATION: Ehlers Meeting Room

This Program has been rescheduled to December 4th

Join Kathy Vincent of ArtSmart! Studio for an evening of autumn inspired painting! Working with liquid watercolor, participants will experiment with color blending to create beautiful studies of Indian corn. Details may be accented with charcoal pencil, oil pastel or ink.

Participants are invited to bring along their own Indian corn for observational drawing.

Registration is required and limited to 16 people.  If this class is full, an identical class is being offered on October 2nd.  Please register for one class only.

This program is paid for by the Friends of the Edith Wheeler Memorial Library.

 

LOCATION: Ehlers Meeting Room


Saturday October 28, 2017
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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
October Adult Craft - Witch's Brew Set

Join us for some Halloween fun! Instructor Kristine Humber will lead the class in crafting a witch's brew glass and serving plate.

Registration is required and limited to 15 people. Paid for by the Friends of the Edith Wheeler Library.

LOCATION: Ehlers Meeting Room

Join us for some Halloween fun! Instructor Kristine Humber will lead the class in crafting a witch's brew glass and serving plate.

Registration is required and limited to 15 people. Paid for by the Friends of the Edith Wheeler Library.

LOCATION: Ehlers Meeting Room


Sunday October 29, 2017
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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
History of the American Spiritualist Movement: Speaking with the Victorian Dead

 

POSTPONED!!!!!!  Please check back for new date!

 

For over a decade, Spiritualism was considered the fastest growing religion in America, drawing
hundreds of thousands of believers. Behind the phenomena of tilting tables, rapping walls, and spirit manifestations lay a sophisticated view of the world that may seem strangely familiar today.

Join historian Robert Cox to explore the ideas that Spiritualists in Victorian America had in mind when communing with the spirits of the deceased.

Registration is required.

 

LOCATION: Ehlers Meeting Room
There are many spaces available.

 

POSTPONED!!!!!!  Please check back for new date!

 

For over a decade, Spiritualism was considered the fastest growing religion in America, drawing
hundreds of thousands of believers. Behind the phenomena of tilting tables, rapping walls, and spirit manifestations lay a sophisticated view of the world that may seem strangely familiar today.

Join historian Robert Cox to explore the ideas that Spiritualists in Victorian America had in mind when communing with the spirits of the deceased.

Registration is required.

 

LOCATION: Ehlers Meeting Room

There are many spaces available.

Monday October 30, 2017
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
The War to End All Wars: WWI in Four Lectures

Part 4: A Lost Generation

The War not only caused death and destruction to those fighting; the war’s effect on culture and thinking were catastrophic. The war was the end of an era, and to many, the end of one of the great periods of European civilization. Psychology, culture, philosophy- all of these took dramatic turns as a result of the war. This talk will discuss the war and its ending at the Versailles Conference, as well as its after-effects in the cultural, economic, and political spheres, which would ultimately result in the outbreak of war only twenty years after the close of the War to End All Wars.

Hamish Lutris is an Assistant Professor of History at Capital Community College.

Registration is required.

 

LOCATION: Ehlers Meeting Room
There are many spaces available.

Part 4: A Lost Generation

The War not only caused death and destruction to those fighting; the war’s effect on culture and thinking were catastrophic. The war was the end of an era, and to many, the end of one of the great periods of European civilization. Psychology, culture, philosophy- all of these took dramatic turns as a result of the war. This talk will discuss the war and its ending at the Versailles Conference, as well as its after-effects in the cultural, economic, and political spheres, which would ultimately result in the outbreak of war only twenty years after the close of the War to End All Wars.

Hamish Lutris is an Assistant Professor of History at Capital Community College.

Registration is required.

 

LOCATION: Ehlers Meeting Room

There are many spaces available.


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