• Film: Dunia: Kiss Me Not on the Eyes

    Saturday, March 28 at 2:00 pm Rebecca Alvin, an Associate Teaching Professor of Film and Media Studies at The New School and Adjunct Professor at CCCC, will present an Egypt/Arabic film Dunia: Kiss Me Not on the Eyes, by film maker Jocelyne Saab.    The film is about a young student of the arts who aspires to be a professional dancer and poet.  Her artistic expression is inhibited, however, by her inability to experience and [...]

  • American Teacher in France

    Join us Thursday, April 2 @ 7:00 pm when we host "An American Teacher in France: A French Language Immersion Experience" with Monomoy Middle School French Teacher Georgia Smith-Fay.  Are you interested in French culture and language? The CAVILAM French Immersion Program in Vichy, France helped one Monomoy teacher improve French language skills and increase cultural understanding. An overview of the program of study, in part [...]

  • Jeopardy @ the Eldredge - April 12

      Are you glued to the TV every night at 7:30, playing along as Alex Trebek tosses answers at Jeopardy! contestants competing for cash and glory?  Did you ever wonder how you’d stack up under the same circumstances?  Here’s your chance to find out, and give Eldredge Public Library a helping hand at the same time!  On Sunday April 12 at 3:00 we will host Jeopardy!—Library Style.  The categories will be varied, testing general [...]

  • Author: Ingrid Stabins

    Join us Thursday, April 16 @ 3:00 pm to hear local author Ingrid Stabins talk about her book Give Me Tomorrow: A young girls ordeal during the WWII Russian invasion of eastern Germany. Ingrid grew up in Pomerania, an eastern province of Germany. She lived through the devastation of her hometown by Russian forces, months in a Russian camp, the loss of her father, and the expulsion from her homeland. Her life was changed forever.


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