Franklin Library after-hours seminars planned for November

From staff reports

The Franklin Public Library will continue hosting its Community Conversations after-hours programs from 6 to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays in November, beginning today.

The program, which launched in June, consists of free seminars that cover an array of topics presented by community members.

The seminars will take place in the meeting room on the second floor of the library, and the library encourages attendees to park in the St. John’s Episcopal Church parking lot behind the library and use the rear door, which has a doorbell.

Topics and speakers this month include “Boosting Immunity with Fire Cider” today with Leslie Alexander, “Quilts of Valor” on Nov. 15 with Sue Luxeburger and “Let’s Keep the Bees” on Nov. 22 with Debra Houser.

There won’t be a program Nov. 8 because it is election day, and the Nov. 29 program is still being scheduled.

The library is encouraging community members who have a topic they are interested in and passionate about discussing to contact the library at (814) 432-5962 or to schedule a date.


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