Have you ever wondered what it's like to venture to the ends of the earth? Through his stunning photos and entertaining anecdotes, world traveler Brian Michalski takes us along on his spellbinding five-week journey through Patagonia. We will examine this remote region's wildlife, vegetation, climate, sprawling topography, Chilean and Argentinian influences, delightful cuisine and much more.
Past ZOOM Programs
Thinking of buying a home but not sure what kind of credit you need or where to start with the process? The Decatur Public Library hosted a First Time Home Buyer Workshop. Learn what to expect in the home buying process, credit and loan requirements and GRANT MONEY available through Busey Bank's First Time Home Buyer program.
Gary Geisler explores Firestone and how it came to be in Decatur, the years of production, the close-knit community of the workers, and the difficulties that led to the closure of the plant. The Firestone Plant was a large part of the industry of Decatur for nearly 40 years and deserves an opportunity to be remembered.
Gary Geisler leads a digital discussion of the history, the stories and lore, and the changes that many of us have seen and experienced over the years at Dennis School. A school that was opened in 1910 and won't be closing anytime soon.
Watch Richard (Dick) Virgin's presentation to hear more about Erza Klein’s book Why We’re Polarized. Originally planned as a talk for Books Between Bites, we feel this topic and discussion are pertinent now more than ever, even if the structure needs to be a bit different.