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Notables Book Club
The Notables Book Club is an exciting new series brought to you by The Bookman and location and promotional sponsors C3: West Michigan's Inclusive Spritual Connection, Grand Armory, Tri-Cities Historical Museum, and Village Baker.
Want to participate? Here is how!
Buy a copy of the book at The Bookman or on this page! Books can be sent directly to your home!
When you buy your copy in person sign-up with your name and email at the store. If buying through website your information will automatically be received.
If you already have a copy of the book, you can still attend by giving a $10 donation the night of the club when you arrive. That money will be go to the R.E.A.D. program.
When you order on-line, shipping charge will apply, and these orders receive a 10% discount!
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Flatiron Books - April 11th, 2017
About the host:
Katherine Mayberry is the Executive Director of the Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company, Michigan’s premier Shakespeare repitory organization, and has taught theater at Grand Valley State University, Interlochen Center For The Arts, Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, and Aquinas College. She has performed multiple roles with Pigeon Creek including Lady Macbeth, Paulina, Dromio of Syracuse, and Hotspur. In 2015 she traveled all over Michigan with Pigeon Creek to celebrate the Great Michigan Read book, Station Eleven.
This Notables discussion happens April 17 at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum at 6:30pm