- One hundred years ago, on the 11th day of the 11th month at 11am, the guns ceased and World War I, the “war to end all wars,” was over.
100 years have passed and this November, Spokane County Library District will remember the sacrifices made by all. ➡️ Musicians Brad Keeler and Linda Parman perform songs in “Over There”: The First World War in Song.
MORAN PRAIRIE - Saturday, Nov 3, 11–12pm
NORTH SPOKANE - Saturday, Nov 3, 4–5pm
MEDICAL LAKE - Monday, Nov 5, 4–5pm
SPOKANE VALLEY - Monday, Nov 5, 7–8pm
AIRWAY HEIGHTS - Tuesday, Nov 6, 6–7pm
CHENEY - Wednesday, Nov 7, 6–7pm
DEER PARK - Thursday, Nov 8, 6:30–7:30pm
ARGONNE - Tuesday, Nov 13, 6:30–7:30pm ➡️Imagining Lasting Peace: British Literature, War Memorials & Armistice Day, 1918–2018. - Whitworth University Professor Charles Andrews will discuss British Peace Activist Literature in the '20's and '30's.
CHENEY - Sunday, Nov 4, 3–4pm
SPOKANE VALLEY - Thursday, Nov 29, 7–8pm ➡️ Washington at War: The Evergreen State in World War I. - Humanities Washington Historian and Speaker @Lorraine
McConaghy will discuss all the changes made to industry, women's rights, immigration, and social change during this time period.
SPOKANE VALLEY - Wednesday, Nov 14, 7–8pm
NORTH SPOKANE - Thursday, Nov 15, 7–8pm
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