Library Roundup: Civil War Lecture, Magic Shows & More!

James Robertson

Here’s what’s happening in your local libraries:

At the Main Library
1314 Columbia Ave

Big Bang (TV show)
Sat, May 31
1p-4p
On Saturday, May 31st, the Main Library will show as much of the first season of the comedy sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” from 1p-4p.

Terry Hedges, Master Magician
Thurs, June 5
2:30p & 4:20p
Don’t miss this delightful magician show next Thursday!

James Robertson–Founder of Tennessee and Nashville Lecture
Fri, June 6
2p
Mr. Bill Bays will hold a lecture next Friday about James Robertson. Bays earned his bachelor’s degree from Claremont McKenna College and a master’s degree from California State University, Fresno.  He and his wife, Nancy, who is also his research assistant and editor, went to locations in Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia and Kentucky to get additional context for their research. Bays is President of the General George Patton Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution, and is a member of the General Society of the War of 1812.  He has lectured on various Colonial American events and battles of the American Revolution.

At the Fairview Branch
2240 Fairview Blvd

Rachel Sumner Musical Show
Wed, June 4th
10am
Bring the family to the Rachel Sumner Musical Show next Wednesday morning.

At the Bethesda Branch
4905 Bethesda Road

Science Magic with Bruce Amato
Tues, June 3rd
10:30a
The Bethesda Branch is kicking off their summer reading program with a special science magic program next Tuesday. Check it out!

 

 

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