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Baseball At War: World War II and The National Pastime (Zoom)

Tue, Jul 19 2022
7:00pm - 8:00pm Central
Virtual Branch
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For adults

 

Presenter
Kevin Mitchell
Virtual Event

 

Join author Kevin L. Mitchell as he takes a historical look at professional baseball during World War II. He will discuss the sport’s relevancy during the conflict and will spotlight the war’s long-term effect on the sport and its players. Registration is required. Program registration will close 30 minutes prior to the start of the program. Participants will be emailed a Zoom access code 15 minutes before the start of the program. So please include your email in the registration. Please note: You must sign into the room prior to the start of the program. Admittance to the classroom will close five minutes after the program's start time. Space is limited.

 

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