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This event is in the "Elementary" group.
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Railroad Express

3:30pm - 4:30pm
Cecilton Branch
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Library Branch: Cecilton Branch
Age Group: Birth to Five, Elementary, Family
Program Type: History, Holiday Event, Science & Technology
Registration Required
Event Details:
Learn all about trains and the magic of the Polar Express while enjoying fun, hands-on activities. Presented by the Marshall Steam Museum. Ages 2-9. This program will take place at the Cecilton Community Center at Parklands (203 East Main Street)....

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By registering for this event, you or those attending with you may be photographed or recorded on video that will be used for library promotional purposes. If you or a member of your group would not like to be photographed, please alert a staff member at the program.

This event is in the "Adults" group.

Dammed Land

6:30pm - 7:30pm
Chesapeake City Branch
Registration
Library Branch: Chesapeake City Branch
Room: Chesapeake City Meeting Room
Age Group: Adults
Program Type: History, Science & Technology
Registration Required
Event Details:
Join author and Chesapeake Bay historian Kate Livie to explore the connection between spawning shad, the development of dams in our region for milling and power, and their modern impacts on the environment and the Bay's biodiversity. Hear the history...
This event is in the "Adults" group.

Strange & Wondrous: Tales from Delmarva

6:30pm - 7:30pm
Chesapeake City Branch
Registration
Library Branch: Chesapeake City Branch
Room: Chesapeake City Meeting Room
Age Group: Adults
Program Type: Book & Authors, History
Registration Required
Event Details:
This storytelling journey ventures from one small town to another on the Delmarva Peninsula that stretches across the Eastern Shore of Maryland into Virginia and Delaware. Learn, among other things, about the all-female Petticoat Regime that ruled th...