Letterpress printing, invented in the 15th century, is enjoying a revival. It’s no longer used to print newspapers and books in mass quantity, but to create elegant cards and handmade books with distinct craftsmanship and design. Learn more about the art - and make a letterpress project of your own - at the program “Carrying on the Tradition of Letterpress Printing” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9. Robert LoMascolo, a letterpress printer and designer, will talk about the history and use of letterpress in a hands-on demonstration at the library. Robert established his business, The Press of Robert LoMascolo, while studying book arts at Wells College. He has a degree in fine arts from Wells and a masters of fine arts degree in book arts from the University of Alabama. His handmade books and invitations are collected and commissioned by individuals and institutions around the country. Registration is recommended so that enough supplies are available; please stop by or call the Main Desk to sign up.