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The Marshall Public Library will be hosting a special edition of their “Human Library” in honor of Women’s History Month.
On Tuesday, March 15, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., the library will host an all-woman collection of human “books.” Currently, eight women are scheduled to tell their stories. They include Pamela Castagna and her stint as a trainer in the U.S. Marine Corps’ Military Working Dog Program, Billie Johnson and her decision to don a cow suit and become the “Cow Crusader of Kindness,” and Pam Knight and her return to college while having college-aged children herself.
“All of these women have a unique tale to tell,” said Amy Campbell, Reference Librarian at the Marshall Public Library. “This is an extraordinary opportunity to hear first-hand accounts about things many us will never experience.”
At a “Human Library,” guests gather around a human book and listen to a chapter of their lives. Past Human Libraries have included retellings of adventure, paralyzing fear, and perseverance over incredible odds, all in a casual setting.
The program is free and open to the public. For more information on this or any of the other events and programs at the Marshall Public Library, visit marshallpl.org or call Amy Campbell at 232-1263 ext. 106.