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The Cincinnati Strangler

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Anderson Branch
Anderson Branch Meeting Room
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Reading Historical Society Presents Maria Eckhoff author of "I'm Doing Fine"

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Reading Branch
Reading Branch Meeting Room 1
Reading Historical Society Presents Maria Eckhoff the author of "I'm Doing Fine. Don't Forget to Write. Author Maria Eckhoff will discuss her book about World War II and how the war affected Americans on the home front. Free and Open to the Public. No Reservations Required.
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The Power and Value of Story with Aaron Mahnke

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Main Library
Main Library - Reading Garden Lounge
Aaron Mahnke has always been fascinated by tales of the mysterious and supernatural, and as creator, writer, and producer of Lore, he has immersed himself in creepy folklore and legends from around the world. By delving into these stories, he often uncovers deep truths about how society views death, illness, spirituality, and more. In this lecture, Mahnke stresses the importance of story-telling as a reflection of our culture and ourselves.

Following the presentation, Mr. Mahnke will sign copies of his new book "The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures". Books will be available for sale, courtesy of Joseph-Beth Booksellers

For more information on this speaker please visit www.prhspeakers.com.

No registration required.


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From Stonischken to Gedhus: a child's view of World War II.

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Main Library
Main Library - Genealogy & Local History Program Space

Join us as author Gerda Braunheim discusses her book From Stonischken to Gedhus: a child's view of

World War II.

This personal account is told through the eyes of a child who is forced to flee her hometown in Prussia to a refugee camp in Denmark.

No registration required. 

 

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