JULY 2019
Discover "A Universe of Stories" through music with free performances by local bands, singer-songwriters, and thespians during our "Summer Songteller Series," co-sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
 Craig Brenner & the CrawdadsSongteller
Craig Brenner _ the Crawdads
Mon., July 1,  7-8 PM
Greenfield GBC Comm. Rm.

Hoosier pianist Craig Brenner and his band play music that makes you want to get up and dance: blues, swing, New Orleans R&B, boogie-woogie, zydeco, and jazz.
Q Artistry: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
Wed., July 10, 6:30-8  PM
Greenfield,  GBC Comm. Rm .

Giving a nod to the new movie adaptation of Alvin Schwartz's book series, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, the Q Artistry theatre troupe brings to life favorite tales in a wild, chilling, musical romp for anyone over the age of 10.

Hear "The Hook," "The Babysitter," "The Thing," and other thrillers.
"Five Year Mission" Concert
Five Year Mission

Wed., July 17,  7-8 PM
Greenfield GBC Comm. Rm .

Five fans of the 1960s Star Trek series are endeavoring to write and record a song for each episode. Far from the expectaion of cheesy synthesizer music, this band seriously rocks.

"Best Local Rock Band" -- NUVO
"House Band" 50th Anniversary Star Trek Las Vegas Convention.
Ryan M. Brewer Concert
Musician Ryan M. Brewer
Mon., July 22,  7-8 PM
Greenfield GBC Comm. Rm .

A singer/songwriter by trade, Brewer is more accurately described as a traveling musical storyteller.

Having always placed primary importance on lyricism, his songs float effortlessly between genres, each one falling precisely where it needs to in order to most accurately tell the story.
History Speaker Series History
This history series is brought to you in partnership with Hancock County Historian Joseph L. Skvarenina, sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Apollo 11: The Eagle Has Landed
Link Observatory
Mon., July 15,  7-8:30 PM
Greenfield GBC Comm. Rm .

In observance of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, Kurt Williams, CEO of LINK Observatory, retells the story of the first three men to land on the moon and return safely. The event was broadcast worldwide to the largest audience ever assembled.
Need Fourth of July potluck ideas?

Taste of Home Magazine has recipes for sides you can share.