Nerd Nite Leavenworth

Nerd Nite Leavenworth is an informal, quarterly gathering at which nerds and non-nerds get together to meet, drink and learn something new. During each gathering, two to four featured presenters will speak about their topic of expertise for 15 minutes plus q & a, while the audience enjoys drinks and food.

Join us for our inaugural Nerd Nite!
Dastardly Dictators and Ruthless Rulers
Friday, Nov. 8 from 7 to 9:30 p.m.
Z & M Twisted Vines Wines and Winery
620 Cherokee, downtown Leavenworth

“Napoleon: A Great, Bad Man” presented by Mark T. Gerges, Ph.D. Associate Professor, US Army Command and General Staff College

“Mao, the Killer Chinese Librarian” presented by Joseph G. D. (Geoff) Babb, Ph.D. Associate Professor, US Army Command and General Staff College

“Ruthless, but not as bad as Mao: Stalin” presented by David W. Mills, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, US Army Command and General Staff College

“Tojo: The Dull and Nerdy Warlord” presented by Christopher R. Johnson, Assistant Professor, US Army Command and General Staff College

No need to be connected to the military or have any prior knowledge of the topic to participate. Just bring your thirst for knowledge and wine, and your appetite for food and information. The Library will provide free appetizers; Z & M Twisted Vines will offer special prices on beverages and other food during the event. Age 21 and older.

If you would like to offer your expertise as a speaker for a future Nerd Nite, please contact the Library’s programming geek, Cindy McGuire, at 913-682-5666 or email cmcguire@lvplks.org.