Wednesday, January 30th, 6:30pm in the Community Room
“This event has been postponed due to the effects of the government shutdown. We will be rescheduling this event for a later date.”
A 45-minute talk about Roger Williams and his experiences in New England, and how all that still affects us to this day. His struggle for religious liberty, not tolerance, ended up forming a new basis for government. As Roger said in 1644, the foundation of civil power lies in the people.
Related: Beginning January 8th, the library will be housing a 7ft Roger Williams statue with information panels as part of a traveling exhibition from the state archives.