GEPL has a lot of great programs this spring, covering a wide range of subjects and hobbies. Click the links below each program title to read more about each program or register to attend. *Indicates programs for which registration is required.
Finding Hallowed Ground: America’s Civil War Sites Today*
Thursday, March 8 * 7-8 pm * Meeting Rooms A&B
Author Michael Weeks has visited hundreds of Civil War sites, both famous and obscure, while researching his book, The Complete Civil War Road Trip Guide. During this interactive lecture, Michael will talk about his experiences at those sacred locations.
Bel Sonore Chamber Ensemble*
Sunday, March 11 * 2-3 pm * Meeting Rooms A&B
Enjoy soprano, flute, oboe and bassoon quartet Bel Sonore as they perform a repertoire ranging from the Baroque music of Telemann and Bach to the jazz standards of Duke Ellington.
My Safari into Brightest Africa*
Thursday, March 22 * 7-8 pm * Meeting Rooms A&B
Local resident Lee Mulder shares details from his book, highlighting what he experienced in Uganda, including interviews with the country’s President and dozens of residents and community groups. Enjoy his presentation which brings together photography, elements of memoir, investigative reporting and travelogue to illuminate brightest Africa.
Seed Starting for Beginners*
Friday, March 23 * 2-3:30 pm * Meeting Rooms A&B
Learn how to start your plants from seeds, preserve seeds and plan a garden.
American Movie Survey*
Mondays * 7-8:30 pm * Meeting Rooms A&B
March 26: John Huston
April 23: The Coen Brothers