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Date/TimeTitle/DescriptionLocationAudience
Wed, November 1
@ 6:30 p.m.
Author Talks
Death: A Graveside Companion—Joanna Ebenstein with Jennifer Wright
The creative director of the Morbid Anatomy Museum explores the intersections of art and death. Death is an inevitable fact of life. Our foreknowledge of it may even be the root the human condition. In Death: A Graveside Companion, Joanna Ebenstein, co-founder and creative director of Brooklyn's recently shuttered Morbid Anatomy Museum, explores the variety of ways—metaphysical, mythological, scientific, and popular—by which humankind has sought over the centuries to imagine and understand th…
Mid-Manhattan Library at 42nd StreetAdults
Fri, November 3
@ 2 p.m.
What Are You Reading? Food, Family, Feuds
We are having a book social! We hope you’ll come and share a book you loved reading! What to expect at a What Are You Reading? book social (formerly Open Book Night): 1. Introduce your book with its title, author, publication date and genre (mystery, memoir, play, etc.). One book per person. 2. Tell us what it’s about and why you loved it in 2 minutes or less. 3. We want to have fun, so no negative criticism please. 4. Learn about titles of books that you may enjoy and share with your fri…
Mid-Manhattan Library at 42nd Street, Room 67AAdults,
Book Lovers
Fri, December 8
@ 2 p.m.
What Are You Reading? Winter is Here!
We are having a book social! We hope you’ll come and share a book you loved reading! What to expect at a What Are You Reading? book social (formerly Open Book Night): 1. Introduce your book with its title, author, publication date and genre (mystery, memoir, play, etc.). One book per person. 2. Tell us what it’s about and why you loved it in 2 minutes or less. 3. We want to have fun, so no negative criticism please. 4. Learn about titles of books that you may enjoy and share with your fri…
Mid-Manhattan Library at 42nd Street, Room 67AAdults,
Book Lovers