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About the Initiative

Celebrating America fosters a greater sense and understanding of America's history and Carroll County's important role in that history by joining forces with private and public institutions around the county. For more information about the initiative, visit Carroll County's Celebrating America web site.

Carroll County Barn Quilt Trail

Barn Quilts are painted panels reproducing quilt patterns that are mounted on the sides of barns or other buildings. The quilts highlight the natural beauty of our county and celebrate the agricultural heritage through this traditional art form. For a complete list of Barns included in the trail, visit Carroll County Barn Quilt Trail.

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Celebrating America Reading Selections

In partnership with Carroll County's Celebrating America initiative, each quarter CCPL will recommend titles for a community read. Our current picks are A Good Man Rediscovering my Father, Sargaent Shriver by Mark Shriver, and My Father's Hands by Joanne Ryder. Join our Celebrating America online book discussions on Goodreads!

  • Cooked by Michael Pollan
  • Omnivore's Dilemma by Michael Pollan
  • Grow It Cook It
  • A Good Man: Rediscovering my Father, Sergaent Shriver by Mark Shriver
  • My Father's Hands by Joanne Ryder
  • The Astronaut Wives Club: A True Story by Lily Koppel
  • Mousetronaut by Mark Kelly
  • Frozen in Time: an epic story of survival and a modern quest for lost heroes of World War II by Mitchell Zuckoff
  • Bomb: the race to build and steal the world's most dangerous weapon by Steve Sheinkin
  • On the Wings of Heroes by Richard Peck
  • Big Bad Ironclad by Nathan Hale
  • Killing Lincoln: the shocking assassination that changed America forever by Bill O'Reilly
  • March by Geraldine Brooks
  • Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
  • Iron Thunder by Avi
  • The Presidents Club: Inside the World's Most Exclusive Fraternity by Nancy Gibbs and Michael Duffy
  • Presidential Pets: The Weird, Wacky, Little, Big, Scary, Strange Animals That Have Lived in the White House by Julia Moberg
  • Driven: A Photobiography of Henry Ford
  • American Icon by Bryce Hoffman
 

Programs at the Library


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I Love Mexico!!!
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Friday October 3, 2014
Eldersburg Branch Library
9:45 AM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 2 - 6
Join us for a storytime that celebrates Mexico. You will hear a little Spanish and have a blast with songs, stories, and activities. Children 3 and under must be accompanied by an adult caregiver. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council. A Celebrating America program.

The Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Baltimore Riots of 1968
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Saturday October 4, 2014
Eldersburg Branch Library
1:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 11 - Adults
We do not know what Martin Luther King, Jr. would have preached on Palm or Easter Sunday, 1968, because on April 4th he was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. What we do know is that as his body was interred, America exploded in the greatest spate of domestic violence since the Civil War. Peter Levy examines uprisings that took place across the United States, with a special focus on the one that took place in Baltimore, Maryland, which played a crucial role in the rise of Spiro Agnew as a national symbol of the New Right. Peter Levy is Professor of History at York College, Pennsylvania. He has numerous publications on the Civil Rights movement. He holds a B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Ph.D. from Columbia University. This program is part of the Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle grant, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. A Celebrating America program.

Free Concert: Hungrytown
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Monday October 6, 2014
Eldersburg Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For All Ages
Join us in the café to listen to Hungrytown, the musical and married duo of Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson. Country Jukebox calls these talented singer/songwriters modern representatives of traditions-based folk music. Their two highly acclaimed CDs, Hungrytown and Any Forgotten Thing, continue to receive much airplay on folk and Americana stations worldwide. Hungrytown’s music has also appeared on several television shows, including the Independent Film Channel’s hit series, Portlandia. Children 3 and under must be accompanied by an adult caregiver. A Celebrating America program.

Created Equal Film Series: Slavery by Another Name
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Tuesday October 7, 2014
Eldersburg Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 11 - Adults
It was a shocking reality that often went unacknowledged, a system of forced, unpaid labor, mostly affecting Southern black men, which lasted until World War II. Based on the Pulitzer Prize winning book by Douglas Blackmon, Slavery by Another Name tells the stories of men, charged with crimes like vagrancy, and often guilty of nothing, who were bought and sold, abused, and subjected to sometimes deadly working conditions as unpaid convict labor. Run time of 90 minutes. This film is part of the Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle film series, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. A Celebrating America program.

Freedom Summer 1964: The Front Line Assault on the Segregated South
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Saturday October 11, 2014
Eldersburg Branch Library
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For ages 11 - Adults
Join Betty Robinson as she recounts her participation in the Freedom Summer of 1964 with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Ms. Robinson was one of thousands of young white northerners who went south called by the importance of the Civil Rights Movement. She will speak and answer questions about that period, share stories of the two years she spent in the south, as well as discuss the challenges we face in our region today. Following the discussion, we will be viewing the film Freedom Riders. This program is part of the Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle grant, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Gilder Lerhman Institute of American History. A Celebrating America program.

Created Equal Film Series: Freedom Riders
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Saturday October 11, 2014
Eldersburg Branch Library
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For ages 11 - Adults
Attracting a diverse group of volunteers, the Freedom Rides of 1961 took the civil rights struggle out of the courtroom and onto the streets of the Jim Crow South. Freedom Riders tells the terrifying, moving, and suspenseful story of a time when white and black volunteers riding a bus into the Deep South risked being jailed, beaten, or killed, as white local and state authorities ignored or encouraged violent attacks. Run time of 120 minutes. This film is part of the Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle film series, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. A Celebrating America program.

Created Equal Film Series: The Loving Story
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Tuesday October 14, 2014
Eldersburg Branch Library
7:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 11 - Adults
Mildred and Richard Loving knew it was technically illegal for them to live as a married couple in Virginia because she was of African American and Native American descent and he was white, but they never expected to be woken up in their bedroom and arrested one night in 1958. Run time of 77 minutes. This film is part of the Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle film series, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. A Celebrating America program.

Pride and Protest: Poetry of the American Civil Rights Movement
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Saturday October 18, 2014
Eldersburg Branch Library
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For ages 11 - Adults
The symbiosis of social forces and art during the Civil Rights movement is evident in the poetry produced from 1955 through 1975. Jeffrey Lamar Coleman explores the impact of the social movement's upheaval on American writers and illuminates their artistic and political contributions to the struggle. The presentation pays special attention to poems written in response to the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as well as other key moments of the movement. The poems are placed in historical context through brief discussions of the murders of Emmett Till and Medgar Evers, the bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, and the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy and Malcolm X. Jeffrey Lamar Coleman is the author of Words of Protest, Words of Freedom: Poetry of the American Civil Rights Movement and Era, and Spirits Distilled: Poems. He is an Associate Professor of English at St. Mary's College of Maryland, specializing in multicultural/American literature. Dr. Coleman will be selling and signing his book, Words of Protest, Words of Freedom. This program is part of the Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle grant, sponsored by the national Endowment for the Humanities and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. A Celebrating America program.

Created Equal Film Series: The Abolitionists
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Friday October 24, 2014
Eldersburg Branch Library
1:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 11 - Adults
The Abolitionists vividly brings to life the struggles of the men and women who led the battle to end slavery. Through innovative use of reenactments, this three-episode series puts a face on the anti-slavery movement; William Lloyd Garrison, Frederick Douglass, Angelina Grimke, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and John Brown. Run time of 180 minutes. This film is part of the Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle film series, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. A Celebrating America program.

Native American Storytime
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Saturday November 1, 2014
Eldersburg Branch Library
11:30 AM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For All Ages
Please join Loretta Eller, a Cherokee Native American, as she tells us about her ancestors using stories and music in celebration of Native American Month. Children 3 and under must be accompanied by an adult caregiver. A Celebrating America program.

American Girl: Celebrate Josefina
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Tuesday November 4, 2014
Eldersburg Branch Library
2:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 6 - 12
Registration for this event begins 10/20/2014.
Bring your American Girl doll or favorite toy to the library for a Mexican fiesta in celebration of Josefina. Refreshments will be served. Only kids need to register. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council. A Celebrating America program.

Holiday Cards for Heroes
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Wednesday November 5, 2014
Eldersburg Branch Library
7:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 13 - Adults
Registration for this event begins 10/22/2014.
Create a hand stamped card to send to the Holiday Mail for Heroes program. The American Red Cross delivers these cards to veterans, military families, and active duty service members around the world. Make a second card to take home for yourself. All supplies will be provided, but please bring a tape runner if you own one. A Celebrating America program.

Remembering 9/11
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Saturday September 13, 2014
Finksburg Branch Library
2:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 11 - Adults
September 11 is a day that never will be forgotten. Join Shiloh Middle School teacher Michael Chrvala and his students as they share their experiences about their annual journey to the Ground Zero site and meeting the families of many of the fallen firefighters who perished on that fateful day. This year's program will feature special guest speakers who were directly affected by the events of 9/11/2001. Mr. Chrvala’s commitment to remembering the legacy of those lost earned him the Tribute World Trade Center Visitor Center’s teacher award in 2008-2009. A Celebrating America program.

Finksburg Book Discussion Group: The Distance Between Us by Reyna Grande
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Tuesday September 16, 2014
Finksburg Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
Join us for a lively discussion of this month's book. A Celebrating America program. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council.

Finksburg Book Discussion Group: Etched in Sand by Regina Calcaterra
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Tuesday October 21, 2014
Finksburg Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
Join us for a lively discussion of this month's book. A Celebrating America program. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council.

Finksburg Book Discussion Group: We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
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Tuesday November 18, 2014
Finksburg Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
Join us for a lively discussion of this month's book. A Celebrating America program. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council.

One Maryland One Book Tour Stop with Reyna Grande
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Monday September 29, 2014
Headquarters
7:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
The Carroll Library Partnership, in cooperation with Carroll Citizens for Racial Equality, United Hands of Carroll County and the Maryland Humanities Council, is pleased to be hosting Reyna Grande, author of The Distance Between Us, which has been selected as the 2014 One Maryland One Book. A National Book Circle Critics Award finalist, The Distance Between us is a coming-of-age memoir centered on Grande’s experiences as an undocumented immigrant in the United States. Ms. Grande will offer reflections about her work and then participate in an audience Q&A led by McDaniel History Professor, Bryn Upton. The event will last for approximately one hour and will be followed by a book signing. This event is free and will take place at the Carroll Arts Center in Westminster. Seating is first come, first served and the doors open at 7 pm. One Maryland One Book is a program of Maryland Humanities Council. A Celebrating America program.

History 101
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Tuesday September 16, 2014
Mount Airy Branch Library
7:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For All Ages
Join the Mount Airy Main Street Association for its annual History 101 programming! On Tuesday we will be joined by local author Laurie L.C. Lewis who deals with the War of 1812 era in The Free Men and Dreamers series. On Wednesday local Native American re-enactor Brian Johnson, who will be portraying a Native American during the War of 1812, will be here. On Thursday local author Bob O'Connor will be discussing his new book The Amazing Legacy of James E. Hanger, Civil War Soldier. Children 3 and under must be accompanied by an adult caregiver. A Celebrating America program.

Mount Airy Book Discussion Group: The Distance Between Us by Reyna Grande
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Wednesday September 17, 2014
Mount Airy Branch Library
1:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
Join us for a discussion of this month's book! A Celebrating America program. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council.

History 101
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Wednesday September 17, 2014
Mount Airy Branch Library
7:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For All Ages
Join the Mount Airy Main Street Association for its annual History 101 programming! On Tuesday we will be joined by local author Laurie L.C. Lewis who deals with the War of 1812 era in The Free Men and Dreamers series. On Wednesday local Native American re-enactor Brian Johnson, who will be portraying a Native American during the War of 1812, will be here. On Thursday local author Bob O'Connor will be discussing his new book The Amazing Legacy of James E. Hanger, Civil War Soldier. Children 3 and under must be accompanied by an adult caregiver. A Celebrating America program.

History 101
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Thursday September 18, 2014
Mount Airy Branch Library
7:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For All Ages
Join the Mount Airy Main Street Association for its annual History 101 programming! On Tuesday we will be joined by local author Laurie L.C. Lewis who deals with the War of 1812 era in The Free Men and Dreamers series. On Wednesday local Native American re-enactor Brian Johnson, who will be portraying a Native American during the War of 1812, will be here. On Thursday local author Bob O'Connor will be discussing his new book The Amazing Legacy of James E. Hanger, Civil War Soldier. Children 3 and under must be accompanied by an adult caregiver. A Celebrating America program.

Mount Airy Book Discussion Group: A Town Like Alice by Nevil Shute
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Wednesday October 15, 2014
Mount Airy Branch Library
1:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
Join us for a discussion of this month's book! A Celebrating America program. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council.

Mount Airy Book Discussion Group: Dear Life: Stories by Alice Munro
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Wednesday November 19, 2014
Mount Airy Branch Library
1:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
Join us for a discussion of this month's book! A Celebrating America program. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council.

North Carroll Book Discussion Group
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Monday September 22, 2014
North Carroll Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
Please join our group for an entertaining and enlightening evening as we discuss this month's book - the One Maryland, One Book Selection The Distance Between Us by Reyna Grande. A Celebrating America program. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council.

Genealogy Basics: Baltimore as the Golden Door for Immigrants
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Thursday November 6, 2014
North Carroll Branch Library
7:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
Join genealogist Debra Hoffman, as she presents the importance of Baltimore as a major entry point for immigrants to America. Learn about Baltimore's history and the sources available to document individuals who arrived through this port. This program is for beginners. A Celebrating America program.

Taneytown Adult Book Discussion Group: The Distance Between Us by Reyna Grande
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Thursday September 18, 2014
Taneytown Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
Join us for a lively book discussion. New participants are always welcome! A Celebrating America program. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council.

Minute to Win It: Farm Edition
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Thursday September 25, 2014
Taneytown Branch Library
1:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 8 - 12
Registration for this event begins 9/11/2014.
Ever wanted to be on the hit show Minute to Win It? Here's your chance to play Minute to Win It: Farm Edition. Compete against the clock to complete a challenge in under 60 seconds! Learn about Maryland agriculture while testing your skills and racing the clock. The games start in 3...2...1...GO! A Celebrating America program.

American Girls: Josefina's World
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Monday October 6, 2014
Taneytown Branch Library
2:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 7 - 12
Registration for this event begins 9/22/2014.
Bring your favorite doll and join us for a Mexican fiesta with crafts, food, music, and games. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council. A Celebrating America program.

Taneytown Adult Book Discussion Group: The Other Typist by Suzanne Rindell
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Thursday October 16, 2014
Taneytown Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
Join us for a lively book discussion. New participants are always welcome! A Celebrating America program. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council.

Holiday Cards for Heroes
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Thursday November 13, 2014
Taneytown Branch Library
7:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 13 - Adults
Celebrate World Kindness Day by creating a hand-stamped card to send to the Holiday Mail for Heroes program. The American Red Cross delivers these holiday cards to veterans, military families, and active duty service members around the world. Create a second card to take home for yourself. All supplies will be provided, but if you own a tape runner or paper cutter, please bring them with you. A Celebrating America program.

Taneytown Adult Book Discussion Group: The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
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Thursday November 20, 2014
Taneytown Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
Join us for a lively book discussion. New participants are always welcome! A Celebrating America program. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council.

Westminster Book Discussion Group: Defending Jacob by William Landay
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Wednesday September 3, 2014
Westminster Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
Please join us for a fun and exciting discussion of each month's featured title. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council. A Celebrating America program.

Westminster's 250th: A Sestercentennial Block Party
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Saturday September 13, 2014
Westminster Branch Library
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For All Ages
Join the City of Westminster in celebrating its rich 250 year history! Step back in time with guided walking tours of downtown every 15 minutes, self-guided tours of the newly renovated City Hall, and music from the Westminster Municipal Band. All activities will be available at City Hall from 1 to 5 pm. In case of rain, activities will be offered on September 14. Refreshments will be served. A Celebrating America program.

The British Are Coming! The War of 1812
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Saturday September 13, 2014
Westminster Branch Library
2:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 8 - 12
Registration for this event begins 8/30/2014.
What would it be like to know the British were advancing? To watch Washington, DC burn? Then to hear the news that defenders stopped them at the Battle of North Pointe and at Fort McHenry? Come celebrate Defender's Day (9/12) and experience the battles through story, food, music, and a giant battle map! Refreshments will be served. Only kids need to register. A Celebrating America program.

American Girls and American History: Caroline (1812-1815)
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Saturday September 20, 2014
Westminster Branch Library
2:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 8 - 12
Registration for this event begins 9/6/2014.
Step back in time with your 19 in. doll or toy! Come experience the past with your doll through stories, crafts, food, and games. Find out what life was like for the American Girl characters in their diverse cultures and time periods in American history. Refreshments will be served. Only kids need to register. A Celebrating America program.

Westminster Book Discussion Group: The Distance Between Us by Reyna Grande
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Wednesday October 1, 2014
Westminster Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
Please join us for a fun and exciting discussion of each month's featured title. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council. A Celebrating America program.

Mariachi Revelacion
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Thursday October 2, 2014
Westminster Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For All Ages
Join us in the Mary Lou Dewey Sculpture Park (in front of the Westminster Branch Library) to celebrate the cultural heritage of our south-of-the-border neighbors through music played by Mariachi Revelacion, the best mariachi group in the Virginia, Maryland, and DC area. A Celebrating America program. This program is made possible with funds from the Maryland Humanities Council and is presented in collaboration with their One Maryland One Book initiative. This program is sponsored in part by a Community Arts Development Grant from the Carroll County Arts Council and the Maryland State Arts Council. The Americans with Disabilities Act applies to the Carroll County Government and its programs, services, activities, and facilities. Anyone requiring an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication or who has a complaint should contact Madeline M. Morey, The Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator, 410.386.3800, 1.888.302.8978, MD Relay 7-1-1/1.800.735.2258 or email mmorey@ccg.carr.org as soon as possible but no later than 72 hours before the scheduled event.

American Girls and American History: Rebecca (1914-1916)
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Saturday October 18, 2014
Westminster Branch Library
2:00 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 8 - 12
Registration for this event begins 10/4/2014.
Step back in time with your 19 in. doll or toy! Come experience the past with your doll through stories, crafts, food, and games. Find out what life was like for the American Girl characters in their diverse cultures and time periods in American history. Refreshments will be served. Only kids need to register. A Celebrating America program.

Ghost Walk of Westminster
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Tuesday October 21, 2014
Westminster Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 10 - Adults
Registration for this event begins 10/7/2014.
Join us for a ghost presentation and stroll through Westminster to visit our local ghosts and legends. The walk is approximately 1.5 miles. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. All attendees need to register. A Celebrating America program.

Ghost Walk of Westminster
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Thursday October 23, 2014
Westminster Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 10 - Adults
Registration for this event begins 10/9/2014.
Join us for a ghost presentation and stroll through Westminster to visit our local ghosts and legends. The walk is approximately 1.5 miles. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. All attendees need to register. A Celebrating America program.

Ghost Walk of Westminster
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Friday October 24, 2014
Westminster Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 10 - Adults
Registration for this event begins 10/10/2014.
Join us for a ghost presentation and stroll through Westminster to visit our local ghosts and legends. The walk is approximately 1.5 miles. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. All attendees need to register. A Celebrating America program.

Ghost Walk of Westminster
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Monday October 27, 2014
Westminster Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 10 - Adults
Registration for this event begins 10/13/2014.
Join us for a ghost presentation and stroll through Westminster to visit our local ghosts and legends. The walk is approximately 1.5 miles. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. All attendees need to register. A Celebrating America program.

Ghost Walk of Westminster
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Wednesday October 29, 2014
Westminster Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 10 - Adults
Registration for this event begins 10/15/2014.
Join us for a ghost presentation and stroll through Westminster to visit our local ghosts and legends. The walk is approximately 1.5 miles. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. All attendees need to register. A Celebrating America program.

Ghost Walk of Westminster
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Friday October 31, 2014
Westminster Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For ages 10 - Adults
Registration for this event begins 10/17/2014.
Join us for a ghost presentation and stroll through Westminster to visit our local ghosts and legends. The walk is approximately 1.5 miles. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. All attendees need to register. A Celebrating America program.

Westminster Book Discussion Group: Dark Places by Gillian Flynn
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Wednesday November 5, 2014
Westminster Branch Library
6:30 PM - Add to Outlook calendar  |  Add to Google calendar
For Adults
Please join us for a fun and exciting discussion of each month's featured title. This program is presented in collaboration with the One Maryland One Book initiative of the Maryland Humanities Council. A Celebrating America program.