Library Series to Explore Constitution
The open-classroom series starts Thursday evening, Jan. 31, and runs for 10 consecutive Thursdays through April 11.
An open-classroom series on the Constitution and the Bill of Right starts Thursday evening, Jan. 31, and runs every Thursday through April 11 at the Barrington library.
The Constitution and the Bill of Rights serve as the basis of American society. The 10-week series will explore Articles and Amendments with the guidance of scholars conversant with this subject, according to the library website.
What was intended when the documents were written?
How have the Articles and Amendments been interpreted over time?
What do they mean in today's society and for our current government?
Speakers will talk for 45 minutes to an hour, leaving at least 30 minutes for questions and answers. Each program will start at 7 pm.
Registration is not required. The series is free and open to anyone with an interest in America’s cornerstone documents.