Thursday, November 15th
The international system is undergoing major changes which are not entirely clear. Join Doug Simon, PhD to discuss several altering components including China's challenge to American power, the importance of Eurasia, Russia's aggressive attempts to regain influence, and finally, an erosion of the post WWII international system with The United Nations, The World Trade Organization, The International Monetary Fund, and The European Union. Woven into these patterns of change is the specter of a new arms race, not merely conventional and nuclear weapons, but cyber weapons as well. How will the United States react to this emerging environment? That is one of the most critical questions of our time.
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Thursday, November 29th
Meet Nolan Asch, historian, for a detailed discussion about the creation of the Constitution of the United States. We will cover the entire 1781-1791 period starting at Yorktown to a meeting in Philadelphia in the summer of 1787. Learn about how 13 reluctant nation states came to ratify the constitution and become one nation.
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Thursday, December 6th
Sign up to learn how to make a boxwood topiary for holiday decorating! We will use fresh boxwood branches and containers. Bring your own small container, lights, and decorations if you wish. All supplies will be provided by the library. No experience necessary and all levels are welcome. Instructions will be simple and easy to follow. Sign up to have some fun making festive attractive topiaries together!
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