Not for Ourselves Alone, Part 2: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony
October 18, 10:30am
Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony were born into a world ruled entirely by men. By the time their lives were over, they had changed for the better the lives of women everywhere.
Thomas Jefferson: Part 1
October 25, 10:30am
Thomas Jefferson represents the complicated history of our nation. Revered as the author of the Declaration of Independence, the most sacred document in American history, yet condemned as a lifelong owner of slaves, Thomas Jefferson remains the enigma that
The Forgotten Refugees
August 23, 10:30am
The Forgotten Refugees explores the history and destruction of Middle Eastern and North African Jewish communities, some of which had existed for more than 2,500 years. Employing the extensive testimony of survivors from Egypt, Yemen, Libya, Iraq, and Iran, the film recounts the stories of joy and of suffering that nearly a million individuals have carried with them.
A Yiddish World Remembered
August 30, 10:30am
The story of Jewish life in Eastern Europe is brought to life again by some of the remaining eyewitnesses. Narrated by Academy Award nominated actor Elliott Gould and accompanied by never-before-seen archival films, vintage photographs, and, of course, traditional Klezmer and cantorial music, the documentary takes a realistic and enlightening look at this unique and all-but-vanished way of life.
Thomas Jefferson: Part 2
November 1, 10:30am
Revered as the author of the Declaration of Independence, the most sacred document in American history, yet condemned as a lifelong owner of slaves, Thomas Jefferson remains the enigma that is America.
Frank Lloyd Wright, Parts 1 & 2
part 1: November 8, 10:30am
Part 2: November 15, 10:30am
He was a master builder, a rebel, and a worshipper of nature. Frank Lloyd Wright left behind a legacy of beautiful homes and buildings, and changed America’s approach to architecture forever.
Mayflower: The Pilgrim’s Adventure
November 29, 10:30am
Captain Jones (Anthony Hopkins) and Rev. William Brewster (Richard Crenna) lead the assembly of the Pilgrims to America aboard the Mayflower.
Jacques Pepin’s Chanukah Celebration
December 6, 10:30am
Celebrate the Jewish “Festival of Lights” by learning to create a light, French-inspired dinner menu. It begins with a sparkling consommé printanier with a sprinkling of carrot, turnip, zucchini, and miniature chicken quenelles. Then it’s a silk cold mousse of chicken and pistachio with a beautiful garnish set in aspic.
Ol’ Man River – Mighty Mississippi: The Great Barrier
There is no river on earth where so many dreams were dreamy, where so many dreams came true or fell apart, where the dividing line between life and death is as thin as on the Mississippi – North America’s great river.
Ol’ Man River – Mighty Mississippi: The Two Rivers
December 20, 10:30am
The Mississippi is the world’s third largest river. From the Canadian border to New Orleans, from Helena in the Rocky Mountains to Pittsburgh, it drains 31 US states and two Canadian provinces. Since the first human beings set foot on the North American subcontinent, learn how the face of the river has changes dramatically.
Happy New Year, Charlie Brown!
December 27, 10:30am
Come watch an old favorite to celebrate the coming New Year! some things don’t change with a turn of the calendar page…Charlie Brown still has homework to do on the night of Peppermint Patty’s big New Year’s Eve party. Will he finish War and Peace in time to land a dance with the Little Red-Headed Girl at the party? We’ll also watch You’re the Greatest, Charlie Brown.