This semester, our theme is Animal Tales and Human Acts. Share good stories, light refreshments, conversation and ideas. Access to story selections are always available one week prior to each session at the Library Reference Desk.
Wednesday, October 22, 2:30-4:30, the Library Conference Room
As Halloween approaches, we look to the master of American horror, Edgar Allen Poe. We will be reading “The Black Cat,” a psychological thriller about the haunting nature of guilt. We will also be reading a story from first-time author, Peter de Niverville, titled “The Petting Zoo." This pairing of classic and contemporary will be the perfect lead-in into next week’s festivities.
Come share your own pet stories, and talk about how you felt about this week’s stories. See you there!