Forsyth Reads Together 2011

Abolitionist, women’s suffragist, Civil War nurse, writer of romance novels, student of Henry David Thoreau…what famous author comes to mind?

If you thought of Louisa May Alcott, you’re absolutely right.  The Little Women author is the focus of the fourth annual Forsyth Reads Together program, a community reading initiative sponsored by FCPL, Literacy Forsyth, and FCPL Friends & Advocates.

Mark your calendars for activities that will take place at all three branches throughout the summer!

A number of activities, including discussions of Little Women and a visit from Civil War soldiers, will take place at all three branches throughout the summer.  Mark your calendar now for the kick-off, an Open House featuring 19th century music, crafts, food, displays, readings, and prize drawings, at the Cumming Library, Sunday, June 12, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

Dates for other programs will be announced soon.

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