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‘Saga of the Swamp Thing’

Hackley Public Library’s book discussion series, “Reading Between the Lines!” will kick off 6 to 7 p.m., October 11 with “Saga of the Swamp Thing.” With modern-day issues explored against a backdrop of horror, this book became a relevant commentary on environmental, political, and social issues.

Visit https://www.hackleylibrary.org/event/saga-of-the-swamp-thing-virtual-book-discussion/.


Exhibit Shows Old, Unpublished Images of Alaska

On June 8, 1927, Edward Sherriff Curtis, accompanied by daughter Beth Curtis Magnuson and newly employed Stewart C. Eastwood, set sail on the steamer ship Victoria towards Nome, Alaska. The purpose of their voyage was to complete the photography and research for the final 20th volume of Curtis’s masterwork, The North American Indian. Curtis took hundreds of images, only part of which were published. The rest sat, unseen, passed down through the family until today.

“Unpublished Alaska, The Lost Photographs” presents, for the first time to the public, images made from the unused original negatives.

The exhibit runs September 16, 21021-January 9, 2022.

Visit https://muskegonartmuseum.org/exhibition/edward-s-curtis-unpublished-alaska-the-lost-photographs/


Library Offers ‘Book Club in a Bag’ program

Michigan Area District Library allows readers to check out a bag containing everything for a book club. Each bag contains 10 books, information about the book and the author, and discussion questions. Bags may be checked out for up to 6 weeks  and may be reserved in advance by completing the KitKeeper form  or calling (231) 737-6248.

For information, visit https://www.madl.org/.

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