Following-up on the stunning success of our first short story read-aloud last month, Jeff Falconer will be back April 8th to read The Master of Mystery written in 1902, a rousing story of shamanism, witchcraft, theft, village life and early American exploration of the frozen north.
Jack London wrote hundreds of short stories culled from his own experiences at sea, the rigors of the Klondike, his travels throughout the world and from the fields and factories of California. The vast quantity of his writings helped to make him the most highly paid writer of his time. Enjoy an intimate afternoon as we listen to a classic story read-aloud to bring the story alive, followed by a lively discussion sharing our reactions and thoughts.
When: Saturday, April 8th
Admission is free. Meet at the House of Happy Walls museum from 4:00-6:00 pm. Refreshments will be served outside during the break.
Normal parking fee applies.