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  • Maine Humanities Council Discussion Group

    Rockland Public Library is one in a cohort of organizations and individuals throughout the state hosting a Maine Humanities Council Discussion Project this summer. The Discussion Project is a new, flexible text-based discussion program that meets the needs of Maine communities, whether working independently or as part of an organization. Working closely with Maine Humanities Council staff, communities bring their Discussion Project to life, using an MHC-prepared plan or creating their own.

    The MHC discussions hosted by Rockland Public Library will celebrate Maine’s bicentennial with a wonderful list of readings related to the following themes: Many Maines, Wabanaki Voices, and Race & Ethnicity.

    RPL’s Discussion Project begins at 3pm on Wednesday, July 22nd on Zoom and continues for three sessions, through September 23rd.

    For more information on Rockland Public Library’s Discussion Project, contact Patricia King or Shane Billings at 590-0841.

    Date

    Jul 22 2020

    Time

    03:00 PM

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