This year, our resident historian Dr. John Foster is revisiting the Cold War during a series of lectures.
In this first talk, he explains how the conflict that would define the latter half of the 20th century began even before World War II ended. He also discusses how a series of regime changes and (of all things) a currency change led the USSR to place a blockade around Berlin.
He also discusses how a series of regime changes and (of all things) a currency change led the USSR to place a blockade around Berlin. Finally, he describes the heroism of British and American pilots who kept West Berlin supplied during the Soviet blockade.
A meeting of the Mentor Public Library’s Finance Committee will be held at 8 a.m. on Thursday, July 9, 2020, virtually via Zoom, pursuant to House Bill 197 making temporary changes to the Ohio Open Meetings Act, passed by the Ohio General Assembly on March 27, 2020.
For instructions on how to view the meeting, please email Jason Lea at email@example.com.
The theme for the show is mystical, magical places. You can use any medium you’d like, including painting, sculpting, chalk drawing, and whatever else your favorite art form is.
Submissions will be accepted from July 6 to July 20. All submissions must be photographed and emailed to Ms. Robin at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Please do not bring artwork to the library.) One submission per child.
Also, please include the child’s name and age and you may give a description of the art. For example: What mystical, magical place is it? What kind of medium did you use?