THIS WEEK IN APRIL

  1. Tuesday Mar 19 JENNY LAWSON TUESDAY, MARCH 19; 7 PM JENNY LAWSON, one of the most popular humor bloggers in America with 200,000+ followers, will introduce the softcover edition of Let’s Pretend This Never Happened. This darkly comic memoir is not to be missed! In...
  2. Sunday Mar 24 OPERA OVERTURE! SUNDAY, MARCH 24; 5 PM OPERA OVERTURE! DR. SAMUEL DORF will give an Opera Overture for The Marriage of Figaro by Mozart. The Opera will be performed at The Schuster Center on April 5 and 7. For opera ticket information,...
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JENNY LAWSON

TUESDAY, MARCH 19; 7 PM

JENNY LAWSON, one of the most popular humor bloggers in America with 200,000+ followers, will introduce the softcover edition of Let’s Pretend This Never Happened. This darkly comic memoir is not to be missed! In it, we are introduced to Jenny’s bizarre, loveable family as she recounts the mortifying weird moments of her life.

Kathryn Stockett, author of The Help, says this about it: “This book is hysterical...It’s one of my favorite books in the past five years.” Ladies Home Journal says the book is “The funniest memoir ever...Lawson is hilarious.” Come find out for yourself! You’ll be glad you did!

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