The last talk in our historical lecture series on World War I, A Lost Generation, by Hamish Lutris has been rescheduled for next Saturday, December 16th at 1:00 pm. Historical Lecture Series. A Lost Generation. World War I not only caused death and destruction to those fighting; the war's effects on culture and thinking were catastrophic. the war was the end of an era, and to many, the end of one of the great periods of European civilization. Psychology, culture, philosophy - all of these took dramatic turns as a result of the war. This talk will discuss the war and its ending at the Versailles Conference as well as its aftermath in the cultural, economic and political spheres, which would ultimately result in the outbreak of war only twenty years after the close of the War To End All Wars. Saturday, December 16th, 1:00 pm.
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Story Time with Miss Nicole Story time follows the New Hartford Elementary School calendar. Wednesdays 11:15 for Stories and Finger Plays with Miss Nicole followed by playtime. Ages 0-3, Fridays 10:30 with Miss Nicole for Stories and Finger Plays followed by arts and crafts. Ages 3-5
Pajama Story Time with Miss Val. Story time follows the New Hartford Elementary School calendar. Thursdays 6:45 for Pajama Storytime with Miss Val followed by activities and crafts. Ages 3-6
The Ideal House. From the Fermata Art Foundation's international exhibit Let's Build a Roof Over the World, an art show with students from Lativia and Cambridge, Massachusetts showing fairy tale houses and houses of the future. On display for the month of December.
For more information on these programs, please contact the library at 860-379-7235.
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