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Library Lunch Hour – Unboxing the Archives: Contemporary Lit Curated by the Library and Archive

Library Lunch Hour – Unboxing the Archives: Contemporary Lit Curated by the Library and Archive

Cost: Free

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February 22 @ 12:00 pm 1:00 pm EST

Join us for another Library Lunch Hour, Unboxing the Archives: Contemporary Lit Curated by the Library and Archives on Tuesday, February 22nd, 2022 at 12 PM EST! We will be joined by Centro Library Manager, Aníbal Arocho, as he unboxes and displays the contemporary literature pieces that we have at our Library and Archives. Aníbal will highlight our latest additions across diverse genres and subject areas. Need a new book to read? You might just find the one for you at this Library Lunch Hour!

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