Main Library, Community Room

Feb 21

Thu 7:00 pm

Great Decisions with Tina McCusker

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs. The program model involves reading an article about a particular global issue, watching the DVD & meeting in a Discussion Group to discuss the most critical global issues facing America today. Copies of articles are available the Main Library. If you are interested in attending, please email TMcCusker@minlib.net. 

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Conference Room

Mar 5

Tue 10:30 am

Armchair Travel with Photojournalist Barry Pell at the Westwood Public Library

Photojournalist Barry Pell will present a lecture on Iran - Persian Glory and Islamic Revolution.

Coffee and light refreshments will be available at 10:00.

Program is underwritten by a grant from the National Development of Highland Glen, and sponsored by the Friends of the Westwood Public Library and the Friends of the Westwood Council on Aging.

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Conference Room

Mar 19

Tue 10:30 am

Armchair Travel with Photojournalist Barry Pell at the Westwood Public Library

Photojournalist Barry Pell will present a lecture on Iran - Persian Glory and Islamic Revolution.

Coffee and light refreshments will be available at 10:00.

Program is underwritten by a grant from the National Development of Highland Glen, and sponsored by the Friends of the Westwood Public Library and the Friends of the Westwood Council on Aging.

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Main Library, Community Room

Mar 21

Thu 7:00 pm

Great Decisions with Tina McCusker

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs. The program model involves reading an article about a particular global issue, watching the DVD & meeting in a Discussion Group to discuss the most critical global issues facing America today. Copies of articles are available the Main Library. If you are interested in attending, please email TMcCusker@minlib.net. 

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Main Library, Community Room

Mar 28

Thu 7:00 pm

Reconstructing History & Genealogy: Mom’s WWII Letters

In May 2017, Corinne Smith found her mother's stash of more than 100 letters from 16 servicemen she had corresponded with in 1944-1945. Corinne began to trace the soldiers' family trees with one goal in mind: to return the letters in person to their children. This presentation links history and genealogy to present-day research and diligence. It revisits a time that we may not want to forget. And it may prompt others to wonder for themselves what treasures lurk in their own old family boxes, and how they can share the information with others. No registration is required (but you can RSVP if you wish), and all are welcome. This event is funded by the Friends of the Westwood Public Library. 

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