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Magic is mystifying, fun, and exciting. Laughter occurs often and you might be caught asking, "How did he do that?" For ages 0-99+
Microsoft Word allows users to create text documents. Learn how to locate and use key features, create and save new documents, open and print existing documents, and change document views in this class. Sign up at the library.
Join us for a special evening book discussion led by Letitia Hughes. We will be reading The Pecan Man, by Cassie Dandridge Selleck. In the summer of 1976, recently widowed and childless, Ora Lee Beckworth hires a homeless old black man to mow her lawn. When the police chief's son is found stabbed to death near his camp, the man Ora knows as Eddie is arrested and charged with murder. Twenty-five years later, Ora sets out to tell the truth about the Pecan Man. Sign up at the library.
Preserving Our History and Culture One Story At A Time
This presentation features stories written and told by Bob Thompson on his long-running NPR radio show, "Kentucky Homefront" and in his book, Hitchhiker, Stories from the Kentucky Homefront. These personal narratives will be used to explain Thompson's process of mining memories, diaries, and family artifacts to explore, preserve, and share our common threads. A marvelous way to wrap up a great summer of “A Universe of Stories.” This program is sponsored by the Kentucky Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities.