The Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library is hosting a Living History Series with talks by people who were a part of some of the 20th Century’s most pivotal events. The series will feature one speaker per month and runs through June.
On Thursday, April 12, Florence Roseman will discuss her experiences as a passenger aboard the ocean liner S.S. Athenia, sunk by a German U-boat in 1939. On Wednesday, May 16, William Perry will talk about his service with the highly decorated Buffalo Soldiers in Italy.
Wrapping up the series on Thursday, June 21, Bill Mason speaks about his time with the British RAF, piloting a Lancaster Bomber.
All of the talks begin at 7 p.m. and are presented free of charge. The library will take reservations for these talks, starting one month in advance of each talk. To make a reservation, stop by the library’s Information Desk or call (330) 688-3295 ext. 4.