• Emily Rooney - June 13

    The Friends of the Eldredge Public Library Annual Meeting on Tuesday, June 13 @ 3:00 pm will feature distinguished WGBH journalist and news anchor Emily Rooney, who will present "The Intersection of the Press and Politics."  Ms. Rooney is currently the host of the weekly program Beat the Press. Following Ms. Rooney's talk, the meeting will shift to the business of the Friends.  Everyone is invited to this special event.

  • John Whelan, Chatham WWI 6/13

    John Whelan will present Chatham at the Time of the Great War on Tuesday June 13 at 7:00 pm.  He will focus on what Chatham was like during WWI and on the mood of the USA upon entering the war.  He will include the Chatham Naval Air Station in Chathamport and the U-boat attack in Orleans in 1918.  John will feature some of the popular music of the day and in particular, music about the war effort.  This is a History Weekend event.

  • History Weekend - June 16-18

    Historic Chatham presents "History Weekend" June 16-18.  Museums will be open, with free admission, presenting new exhibits for 2017.  There will be lectures, concerts, corn grinding, a movie, a walking tour, a boat tour, an archaeology dig and more!  Visit Historic Chatham website, your gateway to learn about Chatham's history and find more detailed information about the History Weekend programs, events and exhibits. 

  • Photography Display by Mark Chester

    Endorsed by the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition, The Bay State: A Multicultural Landscape - Photographs of New Americans is an exhibit of inspirational portraits, presented by professional photographer Mark Chester.  The photos on display at the Eldredge Public Library represent a portion of the exhibit featuring 450 naturalized U.S. citizens who hail from 189 of the 195 countries and territories around the [...]


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