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Thursday, May 21, 7:30 PM

Join the book club in reading and discussing Paris 1919: Six Months That Changed the World by Margaret MacMillan. In this exceptionally well written and fast paced book MacMillan examines the Versailles Peace Conference at the end of World War I. MacMillan focuses not only on the "Big Three" (Wilson, Lloyd George and Clemenceau) but provides an encompassing review of the entire process as well as a detailed analysis of the devastating results of the conference which planted the seeds for World War II. The book club is free and open to all; new members are welcome. At the Jackson Homestead and Museum, 527 Washington Street.

For questions, please call Historic Newton at 617.796.1450 or 617.641.9142. Or, visit http://www.historicnewton.org

The Jackson Homestead and Museum has two parking spaces for people with disabilities adjacent to its main entry. The main entrance has 3 steps up the door. Alternately, the ground level is accessible by wheelchair lift. The museum’s fully accessible restroom is located in the ell on the ground floor.