Story Screen comes to the garden for an outdoor screening of Neil Gaiman’s modern classic. An adventurous 11-year-old discovers a secret door in her new house that leads to an alternate version of her life that—at least at first—seems better than her own. This adaptation, brought to life by Laika Studios (Kubo and the Two Strings, ParaNorman), is a visual treat as well as a perfect October story.
Join us for our next meeting - to be held Oct 10 at 7pm at Denning's Point Distillery at 10 N. Chestnut, Beacon to discuss There There by Tommy Orange.
10% off this title at Binnacle Books for those planning to attend. $5 cocktails or beer at the meeting. For more, see our book club page.
Queer artist L. Nichols reads from his new book Flocks, his graphic memoir of childhood in small town, rural Louisiana, and of the expectations of his family, friends and community, the flocks of Flocks, that shaped and re-shaped him as a child.
Please join us in celebrating hometown hero Sam Anderson's much hyped and highly anticipated new book, BOOM TOWN. Sam will be in conversation with fellow NY Times writer NATE CHINEN to discuss criticism, journalism, culture, and the wild ride of a new book.
Think all serial killers have been men? Guess again. Join us in the garden for an evening of bloodcurdling tales largely forgotten by history, featuring women who rival their male counterparts in cunning, cruelty, and appetite for destruction.