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Summer Book Club - Black Point by Jerome T. Burke

Saturday, August 12
11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Members: $20, Public: $25 Buy tickets

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This engaging summer read, set in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, combines history, romance, and time travel! In 1995, lawyer Jeremy Sloan is in a bicycle accident that thrusts him back in time to 1895. There, he meets Lora Lockerby, fresh from the Pullman Strike trial and troubled over her relationship with Clarence Darrow. Jeremy must contend with being marooned in time and save Lora from the worst boating disaster in Lake Geneva’s history, all while dealing with his feelings for a woman from a hundred years in the past.

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Featured Program

Gypsy Jazz Cabaret: Le Percolateur
Friday, September 22

The 6:30 show is now sold out, tickets available for 8:30. This hot gypsy swing music incorporates three-finger chord structures, rippling melodies, and frenetic-rhythms that still thrive in Paris and around the world. Read more

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Signature Lecture with Marcus Mucha - Alphonse Mucha: The Man, The Artist, The Legacy
Wednesday, October 11

Marcus Mucha, the artist's great-grandson, will tell the story of Alphonse Mucha's life and work, as well as discuss the family's efforts to preserve and promote the artist's legacy. Read more