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Discussion Calendar

When is the next discussion?  Find out here:

All events are from 7:00 - 9:00pm.  Sessions will take place at: O'Leary Library (South Campus).

  • Tuesday, Jan 29, 2013: Kerouac Reading the Discussion Series Session 1
    Session begins at 7pm and lasts until 9pm. Locaiton is the O'Leary Library Mezzanine. Topic: The Town and The City pt.1
  • Tuesday, Feb 19, 2013: Kerouac Reading and Discussion Series Session 2
    Session begins at 7pm and lasts until 9pm. Location is the O'Leary Library Mezzanine. Topic: The Town and The City pt.2
  • Tuesday, Apr 9, 2013: Kerouac Reading and Discussion Series Session 4
    Session from 7-9pm; location to be announced. Topic: Visions of Gerard
  • Tuesday, Apr 30, 2013: Kerouac Reading and Discussion Series Session 5
    The final session in our series will be from 7-9pm at the O'Leary Library on the Mezzanine. Topic: Maggie Cassidy
  • Tuesday, May 14, 2013: Kerouac Reading and Discussion: Public Reading of Visions of Gerard
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    **NEW DATE** Session from 6:30-8:30pm at The Old Court bar in Downtown Lowell
 

Next session

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  • The Visions of Gerard Public Reading is Tuesday, May 14th from 6:30 - 8:30pm at The Old Court in Downtown Lowell.  We are partnering with Lowell Celebrates Kerouac to do a live reading of various passages from the book.  Complimentary snacks will be provided and the bar will be open to purchase beverages.  
  • Missed a session?  Catch up on Dr. Tietchen's lecture portion to see what you have missed!  
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This series is free and open to the public

Please contact your local public library for information on how to borrow copies of the books in this series.

New and used copies of these titles are available for purchase through your local bookstore and through online book sellers.

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