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Some programs require registration.  To sign up for programs, the events calendar is the place to be.

Sept 18 / Sunday / 2pm                  Louisa May Alcott: Through Her Eyes Kickoff Event
Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm
Registration begins Aug 22
Come and enjoy a local history presentation, music, and special guest Louisa May Alcott.
Appropriate for 11/12 yrs old and up.   This program is partially supported by the Michigan Humanities Council, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Oct 12 / Wednesday / 7pm            Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind Little Women Biography Book Discussion
RHPL Multipurpose Room
Registration begins Sept 21
Join this discussion facilitated by Oakland University Professor Jeffrey Insko.  Books available at the time of registration.

Oct 19 / Wednesday / 6pm           Documentary Film Screening with Producer and Director Nancy Porter
Oakland University
Oakland Center Banquet Rooms A&B (campus map)
Nancy Porter will be participating in a talk-back with the audience following the 80 minute film.
No registration

Nov 9 / Wednesday / 7pm             Louisa May Alcott Wrote That!?
Discussion of Lesser Known Works
RHPL Multipurpose Room
Registration begins Oct 12
Join this discussion of various works facilitated by Oakland University Professor Jeffrey Insko.  Reading packets available upon registration.

Nov 21 / Monday  / 8am-???         Little Women Read-In
Oakland University, Oakland Center Fireside Lounge  (campus map)
Celebrate this iconic and cherished book with a reading from start to finish.  Sign up to read in 10 minute increments aloud or just come and listen. 

Nov 30 / Wednesday / 7pm          Louisa May Alcott and 19th Century Social Reform: a Roundtable Discussion
Oakland University, Oakland Center Gold Rooms (campus map)
Registration begins Nov 9
Panel of Oakland University professors will discuss Louisa May Alcott's involvement and influence on social reforms such as abolitionism, women’s rights, and transcendentalism.

 
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