FDR's America : A Six Part Lecture Series on Franklin Roosevelt, the New Deal & WWII
with Dr. Gary Hylander. Thursday May 3, 17,24, 31 & June 21 & June 28 7:00-8:30 pm Tarbell Room
This year marks the 80th anniversary of the election of FDR to the presidency. Join us for a lecture series featuring Dr. Gary Hylander. We will review the start of the Great Depression and follow up with the New Deal and America's entrance in World War II. Dr. Hylander, a frequent lecturer on American history at public libraries, colleges and local history societies. For a complete list of topics please visit the library’s website. This course is free and open to all. Co-sponsored by the Friends of the Lincoln Public Library & The Friends of the Lincoln Council on Aging.
Newly redesigned Lincoln Library card launch party!
Tuesday May 15th 2:00-4:00 pm First floor link
Join us as for cake as we launch our newly redesigned library card! Designed by staff member Tory Black our new card is a wonderful rendering of our building. Trade in your "old" Lincoln Library card for a new one, get a piece of cake and a surprise!
Cabaret Evening with Mary Crowe & Evelyn Harris
Wednesday May 16th 7:00 pm Tarbell Room
Cabaret originated in France in the 16th century, expanded to Germany & England in the 1930's and crossed the pond to the U.S. soon afterwards. Many songs were written by classical composers. Join us as Mary Crowe (vocals) and Evelyn Harris (piano) perform cabaret songs by Poulenc, Britten and Weill as well as contemporary songwriters, Carole HJall, Harriet Goldberg and Mary Crowe.
Lincoln residents Mary Crowe & Evelyn Harris are classically trained professional musicians who branched out into cabaret and jazz in 2009 and have been performing together since then. They currently perform as a duo and with the Lincoln Hill Trio at jazz clubs, performing art centers as well as libraries throughout the greater Boston area. Mary has been on the Voice Faculty of Indian Hill Music School for 20 years and Evelyn teaches Suzuki piano from her Lincoln studio. For more information on Mary & Evelyn please visit www.marycrowesings.com
This performance is sponsored by the Friends of the Lincoln Public Library