GREENWICH PEN WOMEN CALENDAR
The Greenwich Branch of NLAPW offers educational opportunities for our members through our programs. The public is invited to participate in our community outreach programs.
The Art Chairs have announced a field trip, open to all members, to the Kusama exhibit at the Bronx Botanical Garden on Wednesday, September 22, rain or shine. A separate invitation will be sent to members.
Members in the same discipline share their work with each other. Members are notified of time and location via email. If you are interested in attending the critique meeting of another discipline, please contact the chairperson of that group.
September LETTERS meeting is canceled and will meet next on Friday, October 1st - probably on Zoom or, depending on consensus, outside.
Our new season of book discussions will launch in mid-September. Add these entries to your calendar and volunteer to lead a discussion on a book that matters.
September 20, 2021, 7pm
Night. Sleep. Death. The Stars, Joyce Carol Oates.
A rich book from one of USA’s most prolific authors about love lost, love found and the family drama that ensues. Barbara Ehrentreu will be the facilitator. Perrot Memorial Library
October 2021 (Greenwich Reads Together)
Deacon King Kong, James McBride
Greenwich Library announced Deacon King Kong as its Greenwich Reads Together 2021 selection. Greenwich Pen Women needs one or two volunteers to lead a discussion on Deacon King Kong in October — before James McBride visits Greenwich Library on October 27 as a guest speaker. Deacon King Kong was published in 2020 to awards and acclaim. Reserve a copy of the book today.
The Warmth of Other Suns, Isabel Wilkerson
Lynn Garelick and Adrienne Reedy follow up their earlier discussion of Isabel Wilkerson’s Caste with Wilkerson’s other bestseller, The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration. Should be a provocative discussion. Likely scheduled for January 24 or January 31, 2022. Perrot Memorial Library.
All: We will be hunting for new discussion books and new volunteers for 2022. Step up! If you’ve read a book that will attract the community and for which you want to lead a discussion, let me know which one, why it matters and why the library might be interested. The library — Perrot or Greenwich — ultimately decides which discussions to schedule. Look forward to hearing from you! ~~ Diane Morello
The next Art critique: Karen Heffner continues to offer one on one critiques through emailed images with written critique and comments.
Members meeting times and location will be confirmed in advance via email. Music Committee Chair: Adrienne Reedy.
Be sure to look at Member News for further events.