The Kent Memorial Library and the Kent Historical Society will co-present a program to commemorate World War I veterans on Sunday, Nov. 9.

The 3 p.m. program at the Main Street library will feature guest speakers, a presentation on how and why the library is called Kent Memorial Library, including a look into Willard Paddock, the sculptor of the plaque over the fireplace in the reading room.

Sixty-seven names of those Kent residents who served in World War I are etched on the plaque.

Guests will include Robert Bauer, whose father, Frederick Bauer, was a World War I veteran, and Noble Richards, whose father, Foster Richards, was also a World War I veteran.

Speakers will include Tim Henderson, a Humanities Department teacher at South Kent School; Andy Ocif, adjutant of the Kent American Legion Hall-Jennings Post No. 153; Charlotte Lindsey, secretary of the Veterans Memorial Committee at Kent Historical Society, and Donna Miller, library director.

Registration is required by calling 860-927-3761.