What's Happening at Lewiston City Library?
October 15, 20, 22, 27 and 29; 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
The Library, in partnership with the Idaho Humanities Council, will host a 5-meeting reading and discussion series to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Wilderness Act.
The Wilderness Considered series aims to reflect on how we have mapped wilderness over time, in public policy and land management guidelines, but also in stories and poems.
Learn more about the program and guest speakers.
The Girls of No Return by Erin Saldin
November 10 - 14
Everybody Reads is an opportunity for neighboring communities and individuals to come together to read the same book, and to discuss and participate in various programs with the author.
This year Erin Saldin from Missoula, Montana will come to the Lewis-Clark Valley to discus her debut novel The Girls of No Return.
"Secret and lies, betrayal and trust, friends and enemies - there are weighty themes at the heart of this bold, compelling debut novel ... this psychological mind-bender is raw, griping, and deftly rolled out by a writer-to-watch." - Booklist (Starred Review)
More events and programs
To learn more about Everybody Reads visit www.everybody-reads.org
In conjunction with Everybody Reads, Everybody Writes is a writing contest that provides an opportunity for readers to respond to the selected book and to express themselves in a unique and individual way. Learn more about the contest
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