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Join us at the Franklin Public Library on Saturday, June 17th at 11:00AM for a free presentation with Cece Otto of Franklin Preservation: The History of the Blues. Contact the Franklin Public Library for more information by calling (814) 432-5062. ... See MoreSee Less
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Listen to a chapter a day with Dial-a-Story! ☎️📚Introducing our new chapter book option for Dial-A-Story!Listen to a chapter a day of a classic children's book by calling (814) 914-9123 and selecting Option 4. Our current selection is "My Father's Dragon" by Ruth Stiles Gannett.(Don't worry if you miss a chapter, just head on over to oilcreek.org/dial-a-story for the link to previous chapters.) ... See MoreSee Less
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The Franklin Public Library will be hosting a series of seminars covering a vast array of topics by fellow community members. If there is a topic you would like to present at a Community Conversation Seminar, please contact the Franklin Public Library 814-432-5062 or email info@oilregionlibraries.org.📅 Thursdays in June from 6-7PM6/8 Leslie Alexander - Berry Up Your KitchenLeslie Alexander is a clinical herbalist, currently based in Erie, PA. She works with clients and teaches about herbs, both in person and online. At this conversation, she will share quirky tips on culinary and medicinal berries.6/15 Major Smith- Prisons: How they DifferThe running of prisons and the prison environment differ widely by management, location, size, intake, ownership, and more. This presentation will cover the main issues and their consequences.6/22 Sandy Baker- Genealogy: Dig into your Roots!Genealogy has been a popular hobby for millions of people of all ages over the last 45 years. Most of us have an innate desire to know more about our own family “roots”. Join Sandy Baker, our Wednesday volunteer in the PA Room, as she shares some ideas to help you on your own family history journey.6/29 Barbara Rumore- Difficult Conversations about Racism Attendees will be invited to join in a discussion on racism and participants will be encouraged to examine their own attitudes and feelings and debate them. ... See MoreSee Less
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