From Louis Armstrong to online chess, the fourth issue of our Signpost email directs you to lots of new resources and activities to take part in this week.
Welcome to newest issue of SIGNPOST, the weekly curated list of activities from the St. Monica Trust. Each week we look across the internet to find activities, websites and other opportunities that can get you interested, keep you connected or just make you smile.
During this week in history, Louis Armstrong recorded the Christian hymn and jazz standard “When the Saints go marching in” in 1938,
Winston Churchill made his first speech as Prime Minister in 1940 and in 1997, the IBM Computer “The Deep Blue” defeated Garry Kasparov in a six-game chess match.
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