The Lancaster Community Library’s 24th annual Sundays at Two lecture and entertainment series will open January 13.
Presented at 2 p.m. at the library, 16 Town Centre Drive, Kilmarnock, these free programs do not require a reservation and are concluded with refreshments, reported committee member Gloria Wallace. They are held in the second floor meeting room, accessible by elevator as well as stairs. A Loop Amplifier for the hearing impaired has also been added to the meeting room.
On January 13, the Rev. Benjamin P. Campbell will present “Tidewater’s Unhealed History.” He is pastor emeritus of Richmond Hill and a pastoral associate at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Richmond.
His book, Richmond’s Unhealed History, examines the contradictions and crises that have formed the city over more than four centuries. He plans to tell a story from the perspective of the Chesapeake Bay where some of the world’s greatest social and political ideals have been articulated and sometimes practiced.
On January 27, Bill Lohman, columnist…