Due to a family emergency, David Clark, the scheduled presenter for "Bringing Family History to Life: The Stories We Could Tell" on Wednesday, May 7 has had to cancel his appearance.
This program is one of the Geneva Public Library's Book & Bag It series. The loyal audience for this popular series will be happy to know the show will go on. They will be featuring Laura Keyes, a local librarian and researcher, in her program about Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Have you met Laura Ingalls Wilder? Not the girl from the books or the woman from the television series, "Little House on the Prairie" -- this is the real Laura Wilder. In her presentation, you will hear the authentic history of Laura Ingalls Wilder and discover the times, places and people who inspired her wonderful books.
Mark your calendars. Miss Keyes will be delighting the Book & Bag It audience with her presentation at the regularly scheduled date and time, noon Wednesday, May 7, at the library, 127 James St. in Geneva. More information is available at www.LauraFKeyes.com.
Never been to Geneva Public Library's Book & Bag It? The programs are typically the first Wednesday of the month from noon to 1 p.m. You are welcome to bring a sack lunch. The program is free and no registration is required. Each month the library hosts a new presenter. Visit the library's website at www.gpld.org for more information on upcoming events.
The Geneva Public Library is a tremendous resource for all types of information, education and entertainment to help the community learn, grow and thrive. The library district serves about 30,500 residents of Geneva and the surrounding area. Beyond its materials and reference information, the library offers a variety of events and community programs aimed to please all sorts of patrons and interests. For more information, visit www.gpld.org.