NORTH WEBSTER — Learn about local history from someone who lived it on North Webster Community Public Library’s website.
Featured on the home page is the 2014 video interview of the late Gladys Culver, who was born in 1910 and talks about her long life in North Webster. At 104 years old at the time of the interview, Culver was a leading citizen who taught at North Webster School for over 50 years, as well as operated a number of local businesses with her husband, Arnold Culver. Listen to her talk about life in North Webster through her many decades.
Other program presentations can be found on the website’s “Local History and Genealogy” page. Just click on the “Presentation Videos” tab on the right hand side of the page and select the video you want to watch. Cemetery Walk enactments from the last 12 years are also available for viewing on the library’s website.
For some in-house viewing, bring the family for a free night at the movies 5 p.m. Thursday, May 20, when the Youth Department shows a 2020 family comedy about a supersonic rodent and an evil scientist. The movie is rated PG and runs 99 minutes. Bring your own beverages and enjoy free snacks while watching the movie on the big screen.
While in the library, browse the large collection of DVDs and check out some movies to take home to enjoy. You will find all genres for kids, families and adults ranging from classics to new releases.