"An Evening with Abraham Lincoln", Tuesday, January 8, 7PM, Beaverton Historical Society, "What American wouldn’t love to have a conversation with Abraham Lincoln? Praised as 'the best Lincoln in America', portrayer Steve Holgate brings Lincoln alive. Steve has been portraying Abraham Lincoln onstage, in classroom and in other public venues for 13 years. He has performed before audiences on the West Coast as well as in Mexico, Bahrain and Sri Lanka. 'I think it’s important for Americans to have a real understanding of who Lincoln was and what he did,' Holgate says. 'He wasn’t a statue or a saint, but a man who struggled as any of us does to find meaning in his life and work. His ability to transcend his limitations, evolve a vision for the country and unite the nation behind that vision is what makes him perhaps our most inspiring figure.'" http://www.historicbeaverton.org/Events/
I have a question for my readers. Do you think I should continue to compile library Lego free play events? They have been multiplying rapidly, most likely because libraries are happy to find a fun, free event that requires little to host. Are Lego free play events now so commonplace that most people just seek them out at their own libraries if they are interested? I welcome your comments.