In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, Travis Henline, site manager of West Virginia Independence Hall, will be at Lunch With Books at the Ohio County Public Library on Tuesday, November 15 at noon to offer a crash course in the Cherokee Indian language. Henline will use Total Physical Response (TPR), a language teaching method developed at Dartmouth University in order to teach useable language to foreign diplomats in a short period of time. It uses nonverbal cues and is very interactive, requiring lots of student participation. Henline took a ten day immersion course on the Eastern Band Cherokee language using TPR. Lunch With Books programs are free and open to the public. Patrons are invited to bring a bag lunch and free beverages are provided. Please call the library at 304-232-0244 for more information.
& THEN AT 7 PM: The People's University, Music Appreciation: Classical Music as a Communicative Form and the Composer's Voice with Maestro André Raphel, Wheeling Symphony.
Plus: Volunteers are still needed for the Civil War 150 Fashion Show on Sunday, November 20 from 2-4 pm. Please help!