Library Program: “Cranky Americans”
North Conway Library presents:
with June O’Donal
Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 7 p.m.
at Weather Discovery Center
The North Conway Public Library is pleased to invite you to the third event of the 2017 Thursday Night Program Series. June O’Donal will give a presentation on “Cranky Americans,” a unique discussion on historical political conflicts. The program centers around the conflicts and ideas expressed in her published four-book series The Fryeburg Chronicles.
Topics of discussion will include rural versus urban, Loyalist versus Patriot, big government versus small government, and slavery versus abolition. Some conflicts still ring true to today’s political climate such as unwanted immigrants. We all may have more in common than you think!
June O’Donal lives in Denmark, Maine and is well known for her historical fiction series, but also has a personal dedication to preserving the history of Maine and New Hampshire. She is a museum educator at the Remick Country Doctor Museum in Tamworth, vice-president of the Fryeburg Historical Society, and Director of the Hazel and Owen Currier Doll Museum of Fryeburg. She will have her books available for sale at this event.
Bring an open mind and leave your tar and feathers at home.
This event will be held at the Weather Discovery Center on Thursday, April 20 at 7 p.m., no reservations necessary. The program is free of charge, although donations to the Library are greatly appreciated. Homemade cookies will be served and coffee is generously provided by Frontside Grind of North Conway.
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