Armistice Day…One Century Later

World War I came to a close on November 11, 1918 at 11:00 am and was declared a national holiday by Congress in 1938.  This Monday, November 12, 2018 the library will be holding two events:

At the youth program, we will be looking at The Great War Google Expedition using our Virtual Reality goggles.  In addition to learning about World War I and life in 1918, we will be using 3Doodler pens to create a 3D poppy. The poppy became a symbol for World War I and Armistice Day after John McCrae wrote his famous poem, In Flanders Field.

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