Cleve J. Fredricksen Library

E Pluribus Unum: How Immigration Made the USA

Sunday, April 2 at 1:30 pm

Join John Maietta, professor and speaker, as he steps back from recent controversies to take a broad look at the history of immigration to the United States. From the indentured servants of the colonial era, to the peasants and working poor of nineteenth-century Europe, to the war refugees and high-tech entrepreneurs of today, seekers of freedom and economic opportunity have been drawn to America for more than 300 years.  No registration necessary.

Infant Massage

Mondays, April 10 & 17 at 9:30 am

In this two-part series parents will be learning the art of infant massage and be guided through instruction on how to massage their own babies. The class will be taught by Wendy Spicer, a certified infant massage instructor, from Pinnacle Health's Infant Development Program.  Infants under 1 year with caregiver are welcome. Registration required. Sponsored by PinnacleHealth.

Understanding Islam: Part 2

Tuesday, April 4 at 7 pm

Join us for the second of our three-part series on Understanding Islam.  Being a Muslim in Modern America is a complex situation. Does the religious diversity of this country make life harder or easier? How strongly does society's fear of terrorism affect the lives of the average Muslim in the U.S.? Come prepared with questions for the Q&A session following.  No registration necessary.

Know Your Consumer Rights

Thursday, March 30 at 7 pm

Join Attorney Melanie L. Vanderau of Mette Evans & Woodside for a discussion about the importance of reading and understanding contracts and agreements that you sign for consumer services. You’ll learn how to decipher the “legalese” in fine print and understand how to protect your rights as a consumer.  No registration necessary.

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