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Author Capt. David Brown at Ida Rupp April 21

Local author Capt. David G. Brown will be speaking at the Ida Rupp Public Library on Monday, April 21, at 6:30 p.m.

Capt. Brown is a U.S. Coast Guard licensed Mariner and Great Lakes historian. Capt. Brown will offer a program relating to his most recent book, “Titanic Myths, Titanic Truths: How a Series of Errors Caused History’s Most Famous Maritime Disaster”. 

Capt. Brown is a well-known Titanic author and researcher and has presented programs at the Library in the past. After the presentation there will be time for discussion.

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Hunger Games: Catching Fire being shown at Ida Rupp

On Wednesday, April 30 from 5-7:30 p.m. The Ida Rupp Public Library is showing the second Hunger Games movie Catching Fire. Ida Rupp is inviting teens in grades 6-12 to come with friends for popcorn, refreshments and a movie.

No registration is required. For more information on this event or other events at Ida Rupp please call 419-732-3212.

 

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Ki Jadwisiak: An Immigrant Family History

On Feb. 13 at 6 p.m. at Ida Rupp Public Library, 310 Madison Street, Port Clinton, Casimir “Ki” Jadwisiak will share his family’s story and hold a book signing of his newly published book, “An Immigrant Family History”.

Casimir ''Ki'' Jadwisiak, lifetime area resident, recounts in over 50 emails to his relatives and friends, experiences and adventures of his 87 years in his newly published book, 'An Immigrant Family History’.

It all began with storytelling to his children usually at the dinner table where he told and retold stories of his youth. Following these stories, his children would often say, ''Gee Dad, I wish you would write that down.''

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