Stained glass window, Mariah Lutheran Church in Hershey.
The origins and evolution of stained glass will be the topic of a free program at the North Platte Public Library at noon Friday, Aug. 1, sponsored by the Friends of the North Platte Public Library and Humanities Nebraska.
Speaker Barbara Johnson will discuss how stained glass windows are produced; the role of immigrants in designing, producing, and bringing these works of art to Nebraska; and some of the most interesting meaning and detail in religious, educational, governmental, commercial, and residential settings.
The North Platte program emphasize stained glass windows associated with Buffalo Bill Cody. The presentation includes an audio-visual show.
This program is part of the speakers bureau programof the Nebraska Humanities Council.
All Brown Bag luncheon programs are free and open to the public. Attendees are welcome to bring their lunches. Coffee, tea and water will be provided.
Seating is limited so please call the library at 535-8036, ext. 3310 to reserve a seat.