WILMINGTON, MA — Below are 3 things to know in Wilmington on Wednesday, June 17, 2020:
#1) Wilmington Library Hosts Child Holocaust Survivor
Wilmington residents are invited to a powerful virtual talk with Janet Singer Applefield, a child survivor of the Holocaust, on Wednesday, June 17, 2020, from 7pm to 8pm.
This presentation will raise awareness and understanding of the dangers of prejudice. Applefield will also encourage youth and adults alike to stand up to any kind of discrimination and injustice.
This free talk, appropriate for adults, high school students and middle school students, require registration HERE.
The event is organized by Wilmington High School teacher Michael Jones, hosted by the Wilmington Memorial Library, and funded by the Wilmington Cultural Council.
#2) Time For Twos At Wilmington Memorial Library
This storytime for two year olds at 10am includes books, rhymes, music and movement. Zoom Meeting Room invitations will be emailed to registered attendees at least one hour before the event. Register HERE.
#3) WCTV Looking For Volunteers To Recite “I Hear America Singing”
WCTV will assign you one line from this famous poem to read. Record it as a video on your phone or camera and send it in. WCT will edit all of the pieces together as a special video to celebrate Wilmington this Independence Day. All ages welcome to participate! Email Ryan@wctv.org for your line.
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