- Activities and crafts
- Author Visits
- Board Meetings
- Book Discussions
- Book Sales
- Classes and Computer Training
- Lectures and Workshops
- Live Theatre
- Performances for Youth and Children
- Tax Aide
- Youth Reading Programs
- Mobile Library Services
"Not for Ourselves Alone"
This award winning film by Ken Burns and Paul Barnes tells the story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. “A groundbreaking look at one of the greatest untold chapters in American history … this film is at once a study of where we have been and a profound reflection upon who and where we still are.” NY Times
Following the 90-minute fillm will be refreshments, voter registration, assistance with absentee ballot applications and instructions on how to verify your registration status/polling place.
At 4:00 p.m. will be a discussion of the film led by Professor Leisa D. Meyer, Chair, Lyon G. Tyler Department of History, Associate Professor of American Studies, and Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies at The College of William and Mary.
All programs are free.
Presented as part of Arts Month in Williamsburg: