Area readers are invited to board 2020’s One Book One Community offering. Orphan Train, a novel by Christina Baker Kline, has been selected as the latest in a distinguished series that connects readers of all ages. Kline will speak on March 26 at Union Avenue United Methodist Church and will visit area schools on March 27.
Our next program:
Monday, March 2, at 7 p.m., “Child of Steam – Alliance’s Birth at The Crossing” at Rodman Public Library Auditorium in conjunction with the Alliance Historical Society
Robb Hyde, Past President of the Alliance Area Preservation Society and member of the Alliance Historical Society will give a presentation on the early days of the railroads in Northeast Ohio and the founding of Alliance, Ohio. The title of the program comes from Levi L. Lamborn, one of founding fathers of the city, who wrote in 1873 that Alliance was “an offspring of the locomotive, a legitimate child of steam” in his History of Lexington Township.