- Activities and crafts
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- Book Sales
- Classes and Computer Training
- Lectures and Workshops
- Live Theatre
- Performances for Youth and Children
- Tax Aide
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Constitutional Conversations - student session
Note: This month Middle and High School session is scheduled for April 11, with the topic - What Problems Lie Ahead for America's Democracy?
The adult session is scheduled for April 4, with the topic - How has the U.S. Constitution Shaped the Rule of Law in Other Societies?
"Constitutional Conversations," the award-winning nine-month long examination of our nation’s founding document, continues. Participants will be divided into groups. Law students from William and Mary will speak on two topics targeted to those age groups.
Constitutional Conversations is presented by the Institute of Bill of Rights Law at the William and Mary Law School, the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, and Williamsburg Regional Library. The Virginia Public Library Directors Association awarded it the Best Cooperative Program with Other Libraries or Agencies for 2010.
Advance registration for this free program is encouraged, but not required. Visit www.constitutionalconversations.org for more information.