Theodore Roosevelt: His Life and Times as Seen Through Political Cartoons, Postcards, and Pictures of the Period
This lecture, music, and slide presentation covers the turbulent and exciting life of Theodore Roosevelt, America's 26th president. Stories about other public figures of the times are also part of the program.
Please call Kinnelon Library to sign up 973 838 1321 ________________________________________________________________________
"Reliving Biblical Times: A View from Tel Burna Where Past and Present Meet"
Presented by Debi Weisselberg-Cossuto
Have you ever thought of what it feels like to uncover a hidden lost world? To touch history - not just read about it? That is what archeology is all about, and we would like to share excitement and experiences with you. Tel Burna - a fortified town over 2500 years old - is located on the border between two ancient political rivals: Judah and Philistia. The archeological research at the site has begun to reveal how people living in this border city lived and interacted with others, and how their lives were affected by their close proximity to "the enemy".
Please call the Library at (973) 838-1321 to register for this free program. ________________________________________________________________________
Sunday, 20 November 2011 @ 3pm
Tom Doyle and his Guitar - Vocals by Sandy Cory
Tom's interpretation of big-band, swing jazz arrangements on guitar accompanied by the sensuous vocal of his wife, Sandy, reminds you of Les Paul and Mary Ford. He has worked with some of the best names in the business, such as Goerge Benson, Tommy Emanuel and Sting. His captivating talk will keep you wanting more!
Please call Kinnelon Library to sign up - 973 838 1321