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Travel Film: Sentimental Reflections America's Heritage

2019-09-16 14:00:00 2019-09-16 15:00:00 America/Chicago Travel Film: Sentimental Reflections America's Heritage Enjoy the summer that was as you travel through parts of the Midwest and into the South on the library's big screen. Highland

Monday, September 16
2:00pm - 3:00pm

Add to Calendar 2019-09-16 14:00:00 2019-09-16 15:00:00 America/Chicago Travel Film: Sentimental Reflections America's Heritage Enjoy the summer that was as you travel through parts of the Midwest and into the South on the library's big screen. Highland

Highland

Meeting Room A

Enjoy the summer that was as you travel through parts of the Midwest and into the South on the library's big screen.

The story of the Edmund Fitzgerald is featured at the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Exhibits also depict doomed ships, lighthouses and rescue boats and equipment.-- Scenic America: We visit the Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve, a combination of salt water and fresh water wetlands near the Great Salt Lake in Utah.-- On a Musical Note: The Louisville Chorus combined its vocal talent with instruments and images of America. It makes for a memorable Independence Day performance.-- Off the Beaten Path: Farmville, Virginia, blends its modern-day charm with a rich history. A linear park over High Bridge brings the region's past and present together.-- Time Capsule: Kentucky's oldest general store is located near a place called Gravel Switch. It has been operated by the same family for six generations.

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Highland

Phone: 219-838-2394

Branch manager
Linda

Hours
Mon, Aug 10 Closed
Tue, Aug 11 Closed
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Fri, Aug 14 Closed
Sat, Aug 15 Closed
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About the branch

The Highland Branch Library has long played an important role in downtown Highland. From its beginnings in rented storefronts to the Highland Memorial Library built in 1946 to its present location on Jewett and 4th Street, it has been an integral part of the community. The exterior of the library looks nearly as it did when it was first built in 1966. Although it is one of the oldest buildings in the library system, it's newly remodeled interior makes it one of the newest. The library still houses over 65,000 items, but now also features a large meeting room and children's program room, a study room, and WiFi, along with many public Internet computers. These features, along with the library's bright and inviting atmosphere and convenient location, make the Highland Branch Library a destination for the community and surrounding areas.

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