Mar
23
Thu
They Were Good Americans with Richard Maturi @ Albany County Library
Mar 23 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
They Were Good Americans with Richard Maturi @ Albany County Library  | Laramie | Wyoming | United States

Join Richard Maturi for “They Were Good Americans”, the true to life story of the Kipling’s Error B-17 crew during World War II.  Based on the World War II exploits of Captain Lloyd Brooks Mitchell, B-17 navigator and father of Dr. Brooks Mitchell, professor emeritus at the University of Wyoming Business School. Ride along with the crew of Kipling’s Error, the first B-17 crew to complete 25 successful combat missions and return to the states to train other airmen. The Kipling’s Error crew diaries form the basis of the program and provide insight into the sacrifices made by those who serve.

Mar
30
Thu
They Were Good Americans with Richard Maturi @ Laramie County Library
Mar 30 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
They Were Good Americans with Richard Maturi @ Laramie County Library  | Cheyenne | Wyoming | United States

Join Richard Maturi for “They Were Good Americans”, the true to life story of the Kipling’s Error B-17 crew during World War II.  Based on the World War II exploits of Captain Lloyd Brooks Mitchell, B-17 navigator and father of Dr. Brooks Mitchell, professor emeritus at the University of Wyoming Business School. Ride along with the crew of Kipling’s Error, the first B-17 crew to complete 25 successful combat missions and return to the states to train other airmen. The Kipling’s Error crew diaries form the basis of the program and provide insight into the sacrifices made by those who serve.

Apr
4
Tue
True Stories from the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Dubois Branch Library
Apr 4 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
True Stories from the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Dubois Branch Library  | Dubois | Wyoming | United States

Join Pat Stuart, retired CIA station chief for True Stories from the Espionage Wars.  Stuart will share real life stories and perspectives on what life is like for our covert warriors.  Through her own experience  the personal and professional struggles faced by covert government face while doing their part toward keeping America safe.  Stuart will draw on her career and will share what real spies did and why they did it, and discuss the choices. The next time you hear allegations—good or bad—about the U.S. intelligence community, your will be prepared to consider the inforation from a new perspective and draw thoughtful and better informed conclusions.

Apr
6
Thu
True Stories from the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Sublette County Library
Apr 6 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
True Stories from the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Sublette County Library | Pinedale | Wyoming | United States

Join retired CIA Station Chief, Pat Stuart for True Stories from the Espionage Wars.  Stuart shares personal experiences of what life is like for our covert warriors and the personal and professional struggles they face while doing their part toward keeping America safe.  Hear true stories drawn from the speaker’s career, and learn about the choices made.  The next time you hear allegations—good or bad—about the U.S. intelligence community, your thoughtful conclusions will be impacted by what you learned here.

Apr
10
Mon
Cultural Gems; A Look at Unique US Libraries with Richard and Mary Maturi @ Meeteetse Senior Center
Apr 10 @ 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
Cultural Gems; A Look at Unique US Libraries with Richard and Mary Maturi @ Meeteetse Senior Center  | Meeteetse | Wyoming | United States

Join Richard and Mary Maturi for Cultural Gems; A Look at Unique US Libraries, featuring  images and stories of libraries from coast to coast.  This presentation  illustrates the rich diversity of America’s libraries while exploring the broad panorama of library architecture, unique building re-purposing and the various ways communities funded their libraries.   The Maturi’s spent a full year traveling the country and learning about libraries; the role they’ve played in community development and identity.  Linda Koldenhoven, Senior Librarian of th Georgia Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped observed, “An engaging look at America’s unique library architecture and heritage.  A wonderful guide to this county’s cultural history.  What a great idea for your next vacation..tour our nations libraries!”

Apr
11
Tue
True Stories of the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Riverton Branch Library
Apr 11 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
True Stories of the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Riverton Branch Library | Riverton | Wyoming | United States

Join retired CIA Station Chief Pat Stuart for True Stories from the Espionage Wars. Stuart shares her personal stories and perceptions of what life is like for our covert warriors; describing both personal and professional struggles they face while doing their part toward keeping America safe. Hear true stories drawn from the speaker’s career, and learn how decisons are made.  The next time you hear allegations—good or bad—about the U.S. intelligence community, your thoughtful conclusions will be informed by what you have learned through this program.

Apr
12
Wed
True Stories of the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Fremont County Library
Apr 12 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
True Stories of the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Fremont County Library | Lander | Wyoming | United States

Join retired CIA Station Chief Pat Stuart for True Stories from the Espionage Wars. Stuart shares her personal stories and perceptions of what life is like for our covert warriors; describing both personal and professional struggles they face while doing their part toward keeping America safe. Hear true stories drawn from the speaker’s career, and learn how decisons are made.  The next time you hear allegations—good or bad—about the U.S. intelligence community, your thoughtful conclusions will be informed by what you have learned through this program.

The Trial of Tom Horn with John Davis @ Campbell County Library
Apr 12 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
The Trial of Tom Horn with John Davis @ Campbell County Library | Gillette | Wyoming | United States

Join experienced attorney John Davis for The Trial of Tom Horn for an examination of the conviction of Tom Horn. Author Davis demonstrates how this trial marked a major milestone in the hard-fought battle against vigilantism in Wyoming and presents every twist and turn of a fascinating trial. His account illuminates a larger narrative between the power of wealth and the forces of law order. Participants will come away with an understanding of what an enormous challenge to democracy vigilantism was in early Wyoming and how the fight against willful cattle barons shaped the history of the state.

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