Concerts in the Stacks presents: Turas
2:00 pm Sunday, March 9
Back by popular demand! Playing a wide variety of Irish and Celtic music, Turas never fails to deliver on good music and good times. Refreshments served. Registration requested, but not required.
Einstein's Angels and Demons: The Man Behind E=mc2
6:30 pm Thursday, March 13
He was called the “Father of the Atomic Age” and his work unveiled a universe with black holes, dark matter, and dark energy, yet Albert Einstein’s lesser-known side is perhaps even more compelling. Pangratios Papacosta, PhD, takes us on a journey to learn about Einstein's personality and inner turmoil as he grew into one of the most influential figures of the 20th century. This event is being produced through a partnership with the Illinois Humanities Council’s Road Scholar Program. Registration requested, but not required.
Red Cross Drives
1:00-6:00 pm Monday, March 17
Appointments recommended; walk-ins welcome. Click here or call Catherine at 309-274-2719.
1:45-5:15 pm Wednesday, April 30
Appointments required. Call Catherine at 309-274-2719 or click here. For information about platelet donations, please visit www.RedCrossBlood.org.
Thursdays, 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Explore the world of the garden with the library’s garden club for grades 4-12. For more information, call Catherine at 309-274-2719.
Concerts in the Stacks: Mound City Slickers
2:30 pm Saturday, April 12
One of the finest string bands in St Louis: seven guys playing old-time dance tunes, having the time of their lives -- and you will, too! Check out their website. Refreshments served. Registration requested, but not required.