NOTE THE NEW DATE FOR THIS EVENT! Julie Grunberg and JaDala Doyle will present a program about the history of Sodaville on Wednesday, May 10, at the Lebanon Public Library. The program will begin at 3:00 p.m. and last for about an hour. Both Grunberg and Doyle grew up in Sodaville. Doyle’s great-grandfather was the probably the first white person to taste the mineral water from the town’s famous spring, around which a resort developed. Grunberg became a de facto town historian when she inherited her father’s book of photographs, essays, and news clippings about Sodaville. Sponsored by the Lebanon Museum Foundation and the Lebanon Public Library, this program is open to the public and free for all. The library is at 55 Academy Street.