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The educational and entertaining Winter Lecture Series returns to Apache Junction Public Library in January.
A community favorite, these lectures explore topics of local and national interest. Programs include the impact of boarding schools on the language, culture, lifestyle, and traditions of American Indian people; the beautiful significance of everyday Southwest symbols; a spirited discussion of the mescal agave plant – tequila is just one of its uses; and, to commemorate late U.S. Rep. John Lewis’ birthday, a discussion on our right to peaceful assembly.
New this year, the lectures are exclusively online through Zoom and registration is required. The six-session weekly series begins on Tuesday, Jan. 12 at 2:30 p.m. A complete schedule and instructions to register for the programs can be found at ajpl.org, or contact the library at (480) 474-8555.
All lectures are free and made possible by the Arizona Humanities, the Friends of the Library of Apache Junction and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.