Take a look at this short video from our workshop on December 5! Wreaths, bows, centerpieces and more!
MAKING MERRY: Holiday Decorations Workshop
Saturday, December 5 • 1:00–4:00 pm
Athens-Clarke County Library
Multipurpose Rooms B & C
2025 Baxter Street
Come to the Library on Saturday afternoon, December 5, for a cornucopia of holiday projects to help get you in a festive mood. You'll learn how to make inexpensive holiday gifts yourself, how to create your own wreath or tie a beautiful bow; how to arrange an eye-catching centerpiece for your table, and do fancy napkin folds, all taught by representatives from the 4H Club, The State Botanical Gardens, the Classic Center, and Reflecting, Sharing, Learning's Advisory Board. We'll provide you with a a great recipe for wassail, which will be served along with other light refreshments. We'll also send you home with the bow you create (as long as supplies last).
The workshop is free and open to the public, and registration is not required. Call 706 614 3650 x343 for more information.
The JFK Assassination: Continuing Mysteries
Thursday, November 19, 7:00 p.m.
Fifty-two years later, mysteries continue to surround the murder of our 35th president. Is the Zapruder film reliable? Why did the CIA stonewall the Warren Commission? Was what happened in Dealey Plaza a classic military-style ambush? Should we ever have believed that a lone assassin shot JFK? In what ways does the JFK Assassination Records Review Board’s investigation throw light on these and other assassination mysteries? Professor Donald E. Wilkes, Jr. will address these and other questions in his second JFK assassination speech at the Regional Library in two years. Sponsored by Reflecting, Sharing Learning. For information, visit www.RSLAthens.org. In Appleton Auditorium. If you attended his lecture on the assassination two years ago, this time Dr Wilkes will be presenting all new material.