• Chatham WWI - Aug 22 @ 7 pm

    Chatham At the Time of the Great War with John Whelan.  This local history presentation 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.

  • Cuba - Aug 23 @ 10:30 am

    The Challenge of Principled Engagement with Cuba. There has been a long tumultuous relationship between the United States and Cuban governments. Two and one half years ago President Obama started significant changes to that relationship. In June 2017, in Little Havana, Miami, President Trump announced "reversals" to that policy. But what did he really announce and what are the ramifications? Cuba expert and former White House [...]

  • Books in Bloom - Aug 27, 5-7 pm

    Friends of the Eldredge Public Library will hold their annual Books In Bloom cocktail party and reception on Sunday, August 27th from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. Come and enjoy the floral displays of 12 local designers who were asked to use as a theme their favorite novel, biography or poem.  Doors to the library will open at 5:00 for viewing and refreshments (hors d’oeuvres and cash bar.) Passport to Savings giveaways will be announced at [...]

  • Author Mark Schneider - Aug 29 @ 7 pm

    Mark Schneider will be here to talk about his latest book, Gerry Studds: America's First Openly Gay Congressman, which was released in July.  Gerry Studds fought in Congress to allow gays to serve in the military, to fund AIDS research and care, and for marriage equality. He was a champion of coastal and ocean environmental measures, and worked effectively to protect the interests of American fishermen - including those in Chatham.

   
 

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