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Library - Eureka Adult Events

  1. Today's Reading in Place discussion is cancelled due to the holiday.

    June 19, 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

    'Rules of the Game' by Amy Tan will be discussed next week along with 'The Drone King', since we have a new federal holiday to celebrate on Saturday June 19. Just because we are sheltering in place doesn’t mean we can’t connect. Each Saturday we're discussing a different short story which can be read for free online. Sign up with the Google Form linked below. (Make sure to click the Submit button at the end of the form, below the video links).

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  2. 3:00 PM, Join the Clarke Museum Bookworms to discuss 'Love Beyond Body, Space and Time, An Indigenous LGBT Sci-Fi Anthology' (Zoom)

    June 19, 2021, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

    Join the Clarke Historical Museum for this new book club that focuses on Indigenous literature. The Clarke seeks to engage you with their Nealis Hall Native American collections and to foster awareness of the connected history, present and future of local tribes. Meeting monthly on Zoom, the group alternates between fiction and non-fiction picks

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  1. Juneteenth, Saturday June 19, Libraries Closed for National Holiday

    June 19, 2021, All Day

    Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States, celebrating an important day in history, June 19, 1865. President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863, declaring the slaves in Confederate territory free, and paving the way for the passing of the 13th Amendment, which formally abolished slavery in the USA. Many places didn't change their ways the day slavery was outlawed. It took until June 19, 1865, for word to reach authorities and Black/African American people in the South and Southwestern United States. The joyful, bittersweet news heard that day has been celebrated ever since.

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