Upcoming Events

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    Malcom X

    Explore His Life and Accomplishments

    Nearly fifty years ago on February 21, 1965, Malcolm X was assassinated at a rally taking place in Harlem, New York.  He was born in 1925 with the birth name Malcolm Little.  His father, Earl Little, was an outspoken Baptist minister. Two years after their home was burned down by the KKK, Earl’s body was… Read more »

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  • A Story Circle Schmooze!

    You’re Invited

    What’s a Schmooze, you ask? Well, the word is Yiddish and means “a warm, informal social gathering.”  Hosted by award-winning author and playwright Sandy Asher and your very own Blog Coordinator Lindsay Bandy, this particular Schmooze will give you an opportunity to meet like-minded, writerly and artistic people from this area, make new friends, and… Read more »

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    T.S. Eliot

    Celebrate The Centennial of His Most Famous Poem

    To celebrate the 100-year anniversary of one of his most famous poems, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” (1915), the Lancaster Literary Guild is displaying an open exhibit featuring detailed biographical information and rare photographs of  T.S. Eliot, the modern American poet/critic whom The New York Times lauded as giving “new meaning to English-language… Read more »

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  • Book Arts

    A Workshop with Mimi Shapiro

    For anyone in the community who would like to awaken their creative side, this workshop encourages participants to explore what makes a book, a book. The workshop will explore book making as an artistic activity, and the book will be an object in its own right. Supplies will be provided.  You may bring a small… Read more »

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  • Book Arts

    A Workshop with Mimi Shapiro

    For anyone in the community who would like to awaken their creative side, this workshop encourages participants to explore what makes a book, a book. The workshop will explore book making as an artistic activity, and the book will be an object in its own right. Supplies will be provided.  You may bring a small… Read more »

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    BookArtsMimi
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    Arthur Miller

    Explore His Life and Accomplishments

    Born on October 17, 1915, Arthur Miller rose to stardom in American theater in the 1940’s and 50’s, becoming known as one of the most famous dramatists of the twentieth century. To celebrate the centennial of his birth, and to acknowledge the ten-year mark of his death, Lancaster Literary Guild will display an array of… Read more »

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    Arthur Miller