We are pleased to offer this winter history lecture series with local resident and speaker, Michael McNaught. His lectures are filled with fascinating information and presented in a dynamic and enthusiastic manner. As this series promises to be popular, advance seat reservations are required by stopping by or calling the library at 508-548-4709. You may choose to attend as many of the lectures as you wish, but be sure to sign up for each separately. Donations will be accepted at the door to support events at the Library.
The lectures will take place on Tuesdays @ 3 pm with a snow date of Feb. 9
January 19 Presidential Wives: Three First Ladies
January 26 Women Spies of the Civil War
February 2 Gallipoli, 1915
Michael McNaught earned BA and MA degrees from Oxford University (where he specialized in Military History and the Theory of War), and an MA from Columbia. An independent school teacher and administrator for 44 years, he retired to Falmouth in 2004. He has presented history talks at other Cape locations over the years. (Pictured: Rose O’Neal Greenhow, Washington socialite and Confederate spy)