Bob Gerard, President of the Charlotte L. Evarts Memorial Archives, will present The Life of Paul Pavelka on Thursday, October 27th at 7:00 PM. Pavelka was a Madison resident who left this small town at an early age to lead an adventurous life traveling across the United States and around the world. Among many other endeavours, Pavelka was a pilot in the famous Lafayette Escadrille during the First World War.
Learn about the many improvements and advantages of this proposal for a new library building. The kick-off celebration with wine, light refreshments, and tours of the building is on October 20th at 6:00 PM. There are several additional open house dates in October, November, and December. Drop by when you can!
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Authors and artists: submit your works to SELF-e — our virtual collection for all to read, and be considered for inclusion in the public library ebook discovery service of Library Journal, the oldest and most respected library publication in America. It’s free!