Current Member News
Long Island University invited Deb Weir to assist them in fulfilling the final request of deceased Pen Woman, Marie Schwartz: a book memorializing this philanthropist’s life. Deb is extremely grateful to Karen Heffner for digitizing our history and uploading it in a searchable form. Deb was able to collect about 30 items from our Google cloud for this book. She also submitted many personal documents about Marie including this photograph of Marie with Deb and Catherine Stahl on Halloween in 2017. The coordinator at Long Island University called these items "a treasure trove of photos and articles.”
Fall Meet & Greet: Silo Hill Clubhouse on Sunday, September 15, from 5 - 7 pm.
Lynn Garelick will conduct a Docent Tour at the Bruce Museum on Tuesday, September 3, starting at 1:30 pm.
Greenwich Reads Together: Fahrenheit 451, September 23, Perrot Memorial Library, 7 pm. Other GRT opportunities will emerge, as arranged by Sarah Darer Littman and Lee Paine. Diane Morello will facilitate the Perrot book discussion.
Sarah Darer Littman’s latest novel, Taming of The Shoe, came out on August 27th. She will discuss the latest addition to her series of funny, feminist, fractured fairy tales an Author’s Live event at Cos Cob Library on Monday, September 16 from 4 - 5:30 pm.
Starting Wednesday, September 4, Doris Mady will be having 20+ paintings on exhibit at the Greenburg Town Hall (177 W. Hillside Avenue, Greenburg, NY, first floor, Monday - Friday: 9 am - 5 pm). The exhibit runs for two months.
Andy Rogers lets us know that the Bruce Museum is offering an interesting monthly art series that should be of interest to GPW. Visit their website for full details.