Nebraska Football like Ancient Rome,

Sept. 14

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Art and Art History Professor Michael Hoff will provide unique insights into the similarities between Ancient Roman Religion and Nebraska Football at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14, in the Plattsmouth Public Library auditorium.

Hoff has visited ancient Roman ruins and will share insights on how the Husker football program, like ancient Roman religion, is an institution that binds together the different populations within the state.

Read an eBook Day

Read an eBook Day is Monday, Sept. 18. The Plattsmouth Library offers two services to find just the right eBook for you. Start with, then go to OverDrive for eBooks or e-audiobooks or RBDigital for e-audiobooks and e-magazines. Enjoy a day reading!

Game Night transformed

into Game-arama beginning Sept. 19

Have you heard of Sudoku but don’t know what it is? Have you wondered what “adult coloring” is but didn’t know if you’d like it? Now you have a chance to try new games, indulge in old ones, or just gather for social time 6-7:30 p.m. in the auditorium at Plattsmouth Public Library on the third Tuesday of every month. The first Game-arama is Sept. 19.

The library is expanding its monthly Game Nights to include crossword puzzles, Sudoku, word search, adult coloring and jigsaw puzzles. You can still play card games or board games supplied by the library or brought from home, but you can also try your hand at something new. Don’t know what Sudoku is? Someone will be here to help you.

The event is free and open to all ages. Bring snacks to share if you’d like. Coffee and water will be provided.


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