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Virtual Programs

Access all the current virtual programs available for viewing here!  Please be aware that some of these videos will only be available for a limited amount of time. For virtual program videos created by our Youth Services Department, please visit our YouTube Channel.

The British Invasion

It's been a real drag just hanging at the pad, but don't flip your wig; we're setting up to hang loose and listen to some groovy tunes from the Brits and we're taking your requests! Lay those song requests on us by emailing them to info@trpld.org by July 31. Don't flake out on the actual  jam session; it's going to be a gas!

Registration is required to receive the link for this live Zoom performance on Monday, August 24 at 6pm.

The recording of this presentation will be available for viewing after the live virtual event. 

Political Lincoln

Kevin Wood returns in the form of Mr. Lincoln as he describes Lincoln's many campaigns and election experiences over a long and eventful career during a time of political tumult and unrest.

Registration is required to receive the link for this  live Zoom perfomance on Tuesday, August 18 at 6pm.

The recording of this presentation will be available for viewing after the live virtual event. 

Dig into the history and mysteries of Tarot cards. This presentation on the Origins of Tarot will cover the invention of the cards, the major and minor arcana, and how to begin reading cards yourself.

The recording of this presentation will be available for viewing for an extended period. 

Cleopatra was the most famous female ruler in history. Her story is more amazing and incredible than a fiction author could imagine! Cleopatra "herself" will share her astounding story, audacious spirit, and astonishing guile in a live virtual presentation by the Educational Entertainer, Martina Mathisen.

The recording of this presentation will be available through August 20.

BETTY CROCKER

Long before Martha Stewart, there was Betty Crocker. In 1950, her brand-new Picture Cook Book hit shelves, with sales that rivaled that of another big book, The Bible. To date, Betty Crocker's cookbook has sold more than 75 million copies. Created in 1921 by a flour company, Betty Crocker became the most trusted advisor to American cooks. Leslie Goddard, Ph.D., looks at how Betty Crocker was invented, why her cookbook has endured and what makes her so iconic. 

This pre-recorded presentation will be available for viewing for an extended period.  To view the presentation, visit this link.

Learn to make a delicious and aromatic Tomato Basil Meat Sauce for your favorite pasta!  Three Rivers Library's very own Youth Services Clerk, Alex, has agreed to share one of her family favorites with you, so get ready to cook along with Alex!

This pre-recorded presentation will be available for viewing for an extended period.  To view the presentation, visit this link.

Get the full recipe and ingredients here: Alex's Tomato Basil Meat Sauce recipe

Great Mothers in History

Starting with the mother who inspired Mother's Day, and her daughter who tried to stop it, come stories of mothers who did extraordinary things in extraordinary times. These surprising and marvelous stories will inspire and uplift while celebrating mothers here and now. Presented by Martina Mathisen. 

This pre-recorded presentation will be available for viewing for an extended period.  To view the presentation, visit this link.

Presented by Terry Lynn of HFK Presents, Meriweather Lewis, a member of the Corps of Discovery Expedition, explains how our country expanded west from the Mississippi River. How was the land of the Louisiana Purchase explored?  What were these explorers hoping to find?  Included are the stories of the Corps' travels west from St. Louis to Pacific. 

This pre-recorded presentation will be available for viewing through July 30.  To view the presentation, visit this link. You can even test your knowledge with some Lewis and Clark trivia!