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|Library hosts pilot program|
The Ouachita Public Library headquarters at 1800 Stubbs Avenue in Monroe will host a pilot program of a six-week series of readings and discussions in an effort to identify the region of the state that is called North Louisiana geographically, socially, culturally, and in other frameworks.
The program is entitled "Where is North Louisiana ?"
It is funded by the State of Louisiana and sponsored by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities and the Louisiana Library Association. This pilot program is one of only two being held in the state.
The program is free and open to the public and will be held on Mondays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. beginning on March 2 and concluding on April 6 for a total of six sessions. Those interested in attending are strongly encouraged to register in advance at the main branch of the library.
The phone number is 327-1490.
"Where is North Louisiana?" will be conducted by Georgiann Potts and Dr. Jeffrey Anderson of the University of Louisiana Monroe . The six sessions are entitled: 1) What Would You Say Is North Louisiana? 2) What Does North Louisiana Sound Like? 3) Jimmy Swaggart and His North Louisiana Kin; 4) Caroline Dormon: North Louisiana 's Conservationist; 5) Perception or Prejudice? North Louisiana through the eyes of an outsider; and 6) By Now Everything Is Clear, Is It Not? Texts include: "Gift of the Wild Things": The Life of Caroline Dormon by Fran Holman, Louisiana Power and Light by John Dufresne, Swaggart: The Unauthorized Biography of an American Evangelist by Ann Rowe Seaman, and Shreveport Sounds in Black and White by Kip Lornell and Tracey Laird.
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged because of limited number of books and expected public response, registration must be done in person at the main branch.