Presented by the Josephy Library for Western History & Culture
Tuesday, December 11 at Noon – Jenner Hanni will read his November Fishtrap Fireside short essay about the effects of PTSD from childhood on his mind and body as an adult, and he’ll discuss some of the things he’s learned during his ongoing recovery.
And next week, on Tuesday, December 18, we’ll have a little Brown Bag Christmas. I will NOT read Stubby Pringle, but will read a wonderful short piece by Ernest Hemingway about “Christmas at the Top of the World.” And Seth Kenzie–you know him from his piano work–has a favorite Christmas tale to read as well. And Rodd Ambrosan plans to show up with his guitar for a couple of Christmas tunes.
Coffee and tea–and maybe some Christmas cider–on us. And if you haven’t finished the Christmas shop–our gift shop, and some pieces from the recent “Gift of Art” show might help check a name or two off your list.
I hope the season is treating you well–that you are not too hurried, hassled, worried, etc, but enjoying the season’s good food, songs, and tidings,
Past Brown Bags are recorded and can often be viewed on our YouTube Page or Audio Video Page.
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