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  1. THE U.S. CIVIL WAR (Part 3) – Presented by Rick Tulipano – For ages 55+

    November 15, 2022, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
    @
    Callahan Center

    THE U.S. CIVIL WAR (Part 3) – Presented by Rick Tulipano – For ages 55+ -- Join us as Rick Tulipano concludes his 3-part presentation on the Civil War. This presentation covers the reasons why the Confederacy was defeated as well as the current controversies about Civil War statues and the statues of the leaders of the Rebel cause. Rick Tulipano is the author of two books and numerous essays on the Cold War and the Civil War. He holds a Master of Education with focus on the U.S. Civil War and the Cold War. Call the Callahan Ctr. to register by 11/14: 508-532-5980 ext. 0 This program is supported in part by a grant from the Framingham Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and in part by the Friends of Callahan.

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  2. Arduino for Adults…Level 1

    November 15, 2022, 6:00 PM
    @
    Framingham Public Library

    In this introduction to electronics and Arduino, learn how to use these micro-controllers to build simple projects using Arduino and LEDs. Supplies are limited. Register at http://bit.ly/fpl-arduino. Please bring a laptop. No Chromebooks.

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  3. Sit by the Samovar: An Illustrated History of Russian Tea

    November 15, 2022, 7:00 PM
    @
    McAuliffe Branch Library

    Did you know that tea is the most widely consumed drink in Russia? Not only does it warm the soul on a cold winter’s night, but it plays an important cultural role. By examining artwork, literature, and the Museum of Russian Icons’ collection of samovars and other tea-related objects, we can begin to trace the history of this iconic drink and understand its role in Russian society. Can’t make it in person? Register for the Zoom link at http://bit.ly/FPL-Events.

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