New York Times bestselling author B.A. Shapiro is a master at telling a gripping story while exploring provocative themes. Alizee Benoit is a budding American painter working for the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in New York City in 1940, while her family remains in Nazi-occupied France. Seventy years later, her niece uncovers enigmatic paintings hidden behind recently found works that she believes may be the work of her great aunt.
Sallie Wilson Luther of SAVE US Dayton will lead this presentation and discussion. Find out what communities and individuals can do to help prevent suicide. For more information contact Sallie Wilson Luther at firstname.lastname@example.org or 298-2607.
The Oakwood Historical Society and the Wright Memorial Public Library are proud to introduce The Classic Architecture of Oakwood, presented by Mark W. Risley, designed to raise awareness and appreciation of Oakwood's unique and distinctive architecture.
Please join us for this informative presentation where we will look at some of Oakwood's well-preserved homes and public buildings representing the best of 20th century architecture in America. Learn the history behind them: who owned them; why they were built; and how they have changed over the years.