Entries from Events tagged with 'Carnegie'
A Dream Realized
A Dream Realized: A Celebration of the Life, Poetry and Dreams of Langston Hughes
February 1, 2016 marks the 116th Birthday of Langston Hughes, a Harlem Renaissance literary artist. Master Storyteller Lillian Grant-Baptiste will utilize this program to pay tribute to the life, and the works of this creative genius. This program promises to be a lively, uplifting and reflective celebration. All in attendance will be caught-up in spirited and uplifting community affirmations and recitations that will pay homage to the life and legacy of Langston Hughes. For All ages.
Lieutenant Flipper’s Trial
A one-act play dramatizing the fateful 1881 trial of Lt. Henry O. Flipper.
Presented and performed by the play’s author, Bob Rogers, a former U.S. Army Captain and combat leader during the Vietnam War in Troop A, 1/10th Cavalry.
In 1877, Lt. Flipper was the first African-American to graduate from West Point.
Book Clubs @ Your Library
Children’s librarians present stories, songs, music and a variety of activities.
Carnegie Library Centennial Celebration
Live Oak Public Libraries celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Carnegie Library. Read about the history of this community icon and celebrate its bright future. The Carnegie Library opened on East Henry Street in August 1914 to serve Savannah’s black community.
View or print out a monthly calendar to keep up with special events, storytimes, classes and other programs at your favorite Live Oak Public Libraries branch. Separate calendars for Teen and Adult programs.