Summer is here and the Legacy schedule is jam packed full of events at your library!
Travel through time as the
Icebox Radio Theater starts their program with a 1930s and 40s style drama from
the golden age of radio. From the music to the sound affects learn how radio
dramas were produced while enjoying a segment from “Sergeant Luxo & his
Fateful Husky, Prince”. Then learn about the
opportunities available in the modern world of internet based audio
programming. Performances will be
streamed live over the internet at libraries with wireless services or recorded
as podcasts to be posted later. Learn
about internet radio, podcasts and how you can record your own programs to
will present a free history program at the Hibbing Public Library at 1:00 p.m.
on Tuesday, June 17, 2014. The Minnesota
brings history alive with a variety of history players including Underground
Railroad Station Master, Joseph Farr.
Learn about how
people attempted to escape slavery, what motivated President Lincoln to issue the
Emancipation Proclamation, and the future of race relations in Minnesota and the
Melanie Sever (Flute) and Nixon Bustos (Bass) take you on a tour through Brazil,
Ecuador, Cuba and Venezuela. Learn traditional Latin
rhythms, play folk percussion instruments and try out your dancing feet to
Argentinean Tangos, Columbian Cumbias, and Brazilian Sambas! This program is part of the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra Music to You program and will be presented at two locations.The first program will be at the Two Harbors Library on Wednesday, June 18th at 6:30 p.m. and then at the Virginia Public Library at Noon on Friday, June 20, 2014 to kick
off the Land of the Loon Festival.
(1921-1944), World War II Women Airforce Service Pilot will preset a free history
program at the Grand Rapids Public Library at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 19,
2014. The Minnesota
brings history alive with a variety of history players including female World
War II fighter pilot, Virginia Mae Hope.
Learn about growing up during the Great Depression, how Pearl Harbor affected the nation and what it was like for
her to serve as a female Airforce Service Pilot during WWII.
Stubby the Elephant a play adapted from Rudyard Kipling’s The Elephant Child and created
especially for children age 3-8 years old. Stubby is an elephant with a little trunk and a lot of
curiosity! Traveling through the jungle, Stubby asks questions of the
different animals (played by the audience) but the answer from the Crocodile
changes the “profile” of Elephants forever! Enjoy this interactive play and the activity
session that follows with your children and grandchildren as they experience
live theatre and build literacy and reading readiness skills.
From Adventure to Publication Are you ready for a 1,555 mile hike around Lake Superior? If not, join Mike Link and Kate Crowley as they describe their shore-hugging journey around the world’s largest freshwater lake. Hear plans for their next adventure, following bird migrations along the Mississippi River and learn great ideas for traveling with children from their books Places to Go, Wisdom to Share.