Weekly Lunch With Books From the Vault Now Offered Every Tuesday
OCPL PRESS RELEASE - MARCH 17, 2020:
From OCPL Adult Programming Director, Sean Duffy:
"It broke my heart that we were not able to perform 'A History of Ireland in Song and Poetry' for you today to honor St. Pat with the beautiful vocals of my cousin Michelle Duffy, the music of Faire May, some great poetry readers, and narration written by yours truly. We all worked very hard on it, and we promise to do everything we can to bring that program to you at a future date, when the world is safe again.
"Meanwhile, back in 2016, we did a similar program in honor of the centennial of the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin. My cousin Derrick McKee provided the music, and readers included Patrick Cassidy, Bill Hogan, Peg Brennan, and the late great Hal O'Leary.
"The program was captured on video by our friend Yodeling Dick Brooks. So please enjoy, digitally and safely (thanks to the efforts of my colleague Erin Rothenbuehler) for St. Patrick's Day, 'The Irish Easter Rising In Poetry & Song, 1916-2016, Céad Bliain ( 100 Years).'"
OCPL will continue to release a new "Lunch With Books from the Vault" every Tuesday at noon on Lunch With Books Facebook page. Make sure to follow Lunch With Books at the Ohio County Public Library for additional video programs and news updates.
Tuesday | March 17, 2020 - BONUS EPISODE!
From the Vault: "The Wheeling Irish" presented by Margaret Brennan
Originally presented Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Tuesday | March 24, 2020
From the Vault: "Ladies For Liberty - WWII-Era Music in the Andrews Sisters Style"
Originally presented Tuesday, July 3, 2018
We thought everyone might like a little "sentimental journey" while we're all practicing our social distancing, so we took things back to July 3, 2018 when the fantastic Ladies for Liberty visited us for a very nostalgic and patriotic Lunch With Books.
Tuesday | March 31, 2020
From the Vault: "Murder Never Dies" with author and researcher George Sidiropolis
Originally presented Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Today we're stepping back in the time machine to Valentine's Day, 2017, to bring back one of our highest attended programs (220 people!) Please enjoy George Sidiropolis, author and researcher of the book "Murder Never Dies" talking about "Crime and Corruption in the Friendly City."