**RESCHEDULED EVENT** History and Hops is Loudoun County Public Library's newest discussion group for adults 21 and older. Meet fellow history buffs at Dragon Hops Brewing in Purcellville for an engaging program commemorating the centennial of World War I. Local historian Richard Gillespie explores how rural and small-town Loudouners viewed the conflict and what the experience was like, both on the home front and for those who served. Gillespie is the Historian Emeritus for the The Mosby Heritage Area Association and a retired U.S. history teacher. Learn more at https://bit.ly/2yXHqRk.
November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). If you are working on your novel, come to one of our write-ins to use the library's space or just to exchange ideas with fellow writers. Visit https://nanowrimo.org/ for more details. For teens & adults.
Inquisitive minds meet cutting-edge concepts during Loudoun County Public Library's program for adults 21+. Head to Old Ox Brewery every month to meet, drink and talk science with leading researchers and fellow science lovers. View a list of upcoming topics at https://bit.ly/2GmcUSW.
Tuesday, Dec. 5, 6:30 p.m.
After a terrorist's bomb goes off, the race to put it back together begins and it's usually led by Kirk Yeager. As the FBI's Chief Explosives Scientist, he leads U.S. and foreign law enforcement to determine how terrorist-made explosives work and finds new ways to detect and stop them. Meet Kirk Yeager for a discussion of his work as a chemist, engineer and one of the FBI's five senior laboratory scientists.