Join Wright Library and University of Dayton’s Human Rights Center for a screening of this 87 minute documentary film, followed by Q&A with the filmmakers. A separate transformation workshop which uses the film as a starting place will be offered at Wright Library on Saturday February 10 from 1:00-4:00pm. Registration is required for the workshop only.
Local attorney, David Greer, will present Jack Eagan, Dayton Lawyer, a lecture based on his book God Is Merciful: The Colorful Career of John E. Eagan. Eagan was a criminal defense lawyer in Dayton, who represented a bewildering assortment of bank robbers, bootleggers, hit men, con men, gangsters and the like from 1900 until his death in 1936.
Join us for refreshments and a final chance to view the Oakwood High School Art on exhibit at Wright Library from December 15-January 15. Art teacher, Jen Gabbard, and many of her student artists will be attending. Come celebrate Oakwood's young talent!
Enjoy festive singing by fourth grade students from Smith Elementary under the director of Mr. Nate Thompson. Open to the public.