6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Curtis Memorial Library
23 Pleasant Street
Brunswick , Maine 04011
The story of immigrants in Maine is older than the state itself. From Verrazano’s first glimpse of Maine in 1524 on, immigrants have played a key role in shaping Maine and her people. This program, inspired by HHRC 2015 exhibit of the same name, provides an overview of Maine’s immigrant past, and serves as a reminder of the important role that immigrants will play in our future.
Presented by Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine Executive Director Liz Helitzer, and Program Director David Greenham.
This program is part of the One Book, One Community initiative.
For more information: www.curtislibrary.com/communityread.