Bring a sack lunch to the library’s lunchtime lecture series at 12:30 p.m., and then stay for an engaging lecture beginning at 1 p.m. The library will provide coffee and dessert. This month, living-history impersonator Robert Lindsey will present a dramatization of former president Franklin D. Roosevelt’s fireside chats, speaking informally about his presidency, his wife Eleanor, Winston Churchill, Orson Wells and his Scotty dog Fala. Listen as FDR reads Depression-era letters from citizens asking for help and recounts the New Deal programs designed to help in the days when the people mattered. Stand with him as he faces the challenges of WWII and the many ifs facing the nation in 1942. *Program requires advanced registration.