September 2, 2017

September Adult Programs at Spencer Public Library






Monday, September 18 @ 6:00 PM- Identity Theft at Spencer Public Library– Join Iowa State University Extension Family Finance Specialist, Jan Monahan, as she talks about Identity Theft. This session will include information on how to get a FREE credit report and how to fix a credit report that is wrong, what you should and should not be carrying in your wallet and how to detect suspicious activity. This free program is sponsored by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach- Clay County Office. Free to the public - call 580-7290 for more information.
Monday, September 25 @ 2:00 PM – The History of Iowa Theatre 1870-1940 at Spencer Public Library –Author, actor and director, Richard Poole will present Tent Repertoire, Circle Stock, Airdomes, and Opera Houses: Gone But Not Forgotten. A look at the early entertainment traditions of our community. Free to the public and sponsored by Humanities Iowa. Call 580-7290 for more information.
Monday, September 25 @ 7:00 PM Movie Night at Spencer Public Library – Red Dog Red Dog is an Australian comedy/drama based on a true story of a Kelpie/Cattle dog from the 1970’s who united a local community while roaming the Australian outback in search of his long lost master. This movie is a tear jerker that is well worth the tears. Free to the public - call 580-7290 to reserve your spot!
Thursday, August 28 @ 6:00 PM –Book Discussion at Spencer Public Library– Station ElevenJoin us for our second year of Pushing the Limits programming starting with the book, Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel. This book focuses on a traveling theatre troupe who treks through what’s left of the Great Lakes Region putting on performances in a post-apocalyptic world, “Because survival is insufficient”. We will be pulling science from this hauntingly beautiful novel and focus on themes such as traditions and epidemics.  Dinner will be provided. Free to the public - sign-up to reserve your book 580-7290.

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