Programs tagged: asr
If your family lived in the United States in the 1860s, chances are you're related to someone who served in the Civil War. Perhaps your ancestor was among the 2.1 million men mustered into the Union army or the nearly 900,000 who were on the Confederate side. Or, maybe she was one of the women who served as a scout, nurse, spy or even one of the several hundred women who, disguised as men, fought in the battles. Professional genealogist and speaker Kathleen Brandt will share her insights, uncover hidden resources and provide valuable tips for the researcher.
Bring your friends and join us for Wii bowling, coloring and board games. Adults.
Read. Walk. Talk! As part of this year's Adult Summer Reading program, join us for a 30-minute walk, leaving from the library, followed by a book discussion and a 30-minute Skype session with the author. August's selection is "Bill Warrington's Last Chance" by James King. Comfortable clothes and walking shoes recommended. (Adults)
It's relaxation time! Whether you're hard at work this summer or you get a vacation, it's important to make time to care for yourself. Staff from the Fulton YMCA will share tips, armchair workouts and more to help you refresh and rejuvenate. Dress comfortably. Registration begins Monday, August 1.
It's summertime, and the coloring is easy. Join us for a relaxing evening of creative expression. We'll provide the materials to inspire you.