Upcoming Talbot County Free Library Events

Library to Offer Stitching Time
On Monday, November 14, from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m., the Easton branch of the Talbot County Free Library will offer again its popular Stitching Time program.  Patrons are invited to bring projects in progress (sewing, knitting, cross-stitch, what-have-you) and stitch with a group.  Limited instruction will be available for beginners and newcomers.  All library programs are free and open to the public.  Patrons do not need to pre-register for this program.  For more information, call the library at 410-745-5877, or visit www.tcfl.org.

St. Michaels Library to Offer Thanksgiving Crafts Program
On Tuesday, November 15, at 3:30 p.m., the St. Michaels branch of the Talbot County Free Library will offer a program of Thanksgiving crafts.  All library programs are free and open to the public, but patrons are asked to pre-register for this program.  For more information, call the library at 410-745-5877, or visit www.tcfl.org.

Library’s Brown Bag Lunch to Feature Local Publishers
On Thursday, November 17, at noon, as part of the Easton branch of the Talbot County Free Library’s Brown Bag Lunch lecture series, local publishers Matthew Swanson and Robbi Behr will talk about their work and their publishing company, Idiots’ Books.  This program will take place in the Hospice House, 586 Cynwood Drive, Easton.  All library programs are free and open to the public.  Patrons do not need to pre-register for this program.  For more information, call the library at 410-822-1626, or visit www.tcfl.org.

Library To Sponsor Lewis & Clark Talk by Smithsonian Scholar

On Thursday, November 17, at 5:00 p.m., the Talbot County Free Library will sponsor a talk in the Wagner Witte Gallery (5 North Harrison Street, Easton) by Smithsonian scholar Dr. Herman Viola.   Dr. Viola will discuss the ways in which the Lewis and Clark Expedition used and built upon geographical information first developed by Native Americans.  “The Lewis and Clark Expedition,” writes Dr. Viola, “has been a special interest of mine for many years.  In fact, since 1985 I have been the study leader on an annual horse-back trip over the Lolo Trail, the Indian route that Lewis and Clark used in crossing the Bitterroot Mountains during their epic crossing of the continent.”   All library programs are free and open to the public.  Patrons do not need to pre-register for this program.  For more information, call the library at 410-822-1626, or visit www.tcfl.org.

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