April is the month where we often commemorate the Civil War, but let’s not forget the 18th of April in ’75, Paul Revere, Lexington and Concord and the shots heard round the world. This Monday, April 25 at 7:00 pm, take your seat in the library’s Community Meeting Room for an overview of the American Revolution presented by Christopher Craft. During this turbulent political time in our nation's history, a time of talk of a new "revolution in America", it seems very appropriate to take some time to learn more about the original American Revolution. Christopher Craft, former American History teacher at Fairless Schools, amateur historian of America's Civil War, and present employee of the Massillon Museum, will discuss aspects of the first revolution and how it relates to both the second revolution, the Civil War, and the new revolutionary movement. This is of interest to all ages; it’s free and no registration is required.