|Monday December 8, 2014|
|2:00 PM to 3:00 PM|
|NOPL at Cicero, Community Rm|
If you or someone you know is affected by Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, it’s time to learn the facts. This program discusses the difference between normal aging and dementia, explores how the brain works, defines dementia and its stages, explains the importance of clinical trials, and gives an overview of the programs and services offered by the Alzheimer’s Association. The program is one hour long. Registration is required as space is limited.
2014 Fall Concert Series
NOPL @ North Syracuse
The Military History Lecture Series is organized by the Society for the Preservation of Military History(SPMH). Lectures occur monthly during the academic year at the North Syracuse Library, and are open to all.
The SPMH’s mission statement
Recognizing and understanding the importance of preserving and studying military history, our society dedicates itself to the gathering and dissemination of world military history. This applies especially to the archiving and collecting of artifacts, documents, and related materials that pertain to the unique military heritage of the United States and its veterans who have maintained our freedoms and way of life. The society will serve to educate our community about military history, the role of the Armed Forces, and through learning, promote their positive and vital role in our society.
Registration not required, but signing up will trigger an email reminder to be sent to you the day before the event. Click the title of the series to register.
Dates and Lecturers for the 2014-2015 Series
Location: NOPL at North Syracuse
September 11, 2014: The Battle of Khambula. Lecturer: Hal Flickinger
October 9, 2014: Military History 201. Lecturer: Tom Flickinger
November 13, 2014: Military History 202. Lecturer: Hal Flickinger
December 11, 2014: World War I: The Christmas Truce.
January 8, 2015: The 21st Century through the Lens of Military History. (A Panel Discussion)
February 12, 2015: Ending World War II in the Pacific. Lecturer: Hal Flickinger
March 12, 2015: World War I: The Khaki Jacks (British Naval Infantry) Lecturer: Tim Green
April 9, 2015: The Battle of Saipan. Lecturer: Kevin Lynch
May 14, 2015: Indian Warfare and Tactics in the West. Lecturer: Hal Flickinger
June 11, 2015: The Tactics of Operation Enduring Freedom: A Critical Analysis. Lecturer: SGT Charles Preuss III.
Trying to find your roots? Then check out this free, informal small discussion opportunity. This is not a class, but it is a chance to share ideas with others who are also conducting genealogical research. Feel free to bring your laptop or tablet. Please register or by calling 699-2032 or online through the events calendar. Register and view upcoming events for the Genealogy Discussion Group.
Bring your imagination and build a masterpiece at our monthly Lego Club. Get inspired with a few stories and then construct a Lego creation. We will display what you built in the library for all to see! We have more than 60 pounds of Lego and megablok bricks.
We normally have two programs, for those ages 6 to 9, and for those ages 9 and up.
Lego Club is usually registration required. Click here for a full listing of Lego Club dates