THIS WEEK IN SEPTEMBER

  1. Sunday Feb 12 OPERA OVERTURE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12; 5 PM @ The Greene An OPERA OVERTURE of Gounod’s Romeo and Juliet will be presented by Dr. Sam Dorf. Dayton Opera will perform the opera at The Schuster Center on February 24 and 26. For more...
  2. Sunday Feb 12 SECOND SUNDAY FREE WRITERS’ WORKSHOP SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12; 2 PM @ The Greene SECOND SUNDAY FREE WRITERS’ WORKSHOP Some of the staff and AWW faculty/trustees of the Antioch Writers’ Workshop will give a review of their Spring One-Day Workshop and their Summer Full-Week Workshop. They...
  3. Wednesday Feb 15 ANTIOCH UNIVERSITY INFORMATION SESSION WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15; 6 -7 PM @ The Greene ANTIOCH UNIVERSITY INFORMATION SESSION. People wanting to learn more about Antioch University are invited to this information session. Please call Oscar Robinson at 937-769-1823 to let him know you’ll be coming....
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HOT BOOKS

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    Set in 1939 in war torn France, we meet two sisters, Vianne and Isabelle, each dealing with the occupation of their beloved country by German soldiers in different ways. Vianne chooses to go along and not make waves when their home is occupied by a German captain and their lives are profoundly changed, but Isabelle resists his presence and activities and works with the underground movement seeking to thwart Germany’s hostile plans for France during World War II. The book clearly shows that wars are not fought by soldiers alone, but also by those far from the front. The characters are vivid and the story is compelling from beginning to end.
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SECOND SUNDAY FREE WRITERS’ WORKSHOP

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12; 2 PM @ The Greene
SECOND SUNDAY FREE WRITERS’ WORKSHOP

Some of the staff and AWW faculty/trustees of the Antioch Writers’ Workshop will give a review of their Spring One-Day Workshop and their Summer Full-Week Workshop.

They will include information about how to apply for a wide variety of scholarships that cover anywhere from a portion to ALL of the cost of attending. Your questions are welcome. Also you can learn about the new B.A. in Literature and Creative Writing at Antioch University Midwest (partner in presenting AWW events).

Please call 937-429-6302 if you plan to attend, so we can prepare properly.