Events

When the Emperor was Divine by Julie Otsuka

“When the Emperor Was Divine”
by Julie Otsuka

Join us for opportunities to explore the themes, characters and lessons of “When the Emperor Was Divine."

Advance registration for these events is appreciated but not required. To register, contact Sarah Glogowski at (607) 272-4557 extension 255 or email sglogowski@tcpl.org. Read more >>

Book Discussion
Tuesday, September 17
12 -1 PM
BorgWarner West

Join Community Read Coordinator Sarah Glogowski for an opportunity to explore the themes, characters and lessons of “When the Emperor Was Divine,” during our Community Read Book Discussion Groups. Bring your lunch and join our Community Read book discussion!

Book Discussion
Thursday, September 19
6 - 7 PM
BorgWarner West

Join Community Read Coordinator Sarah Glogowski for an opportunity to explore the themes, characters and lessons of “When the Emperor Was Divine,” during our Community Read Book Discussion Groups.

"Home and Away"
Memoir Writing Workshop

Wednesday, September 25
10 AM - Noon
Borg Warner West

Join Irene 'Zee' Zahava for 'Home,' a memoir writing workshop about leaving and returning. The workshop is free; however, registration is required. To register, contact Zahava at (607) 273-4675 or zee@twcny.rr.com. Read more about the "Home and Away" Memoir Writing Workshop >>

Book Discussion (ESL)
Wednesday, September 25
3:15 - 4:30 PM
Borg Warner West

Join librarians Debbie Collier and Joyce Wheatley for a discussion of this year's Community Read, 'When the Emperor was Divine' by Julie Otsuka.

This program is designed for English as a Second language learners and ESL tutors who will find a relaxed, conversational setting for English language practice. This book requires higher level skills at reading English, but give it a try!

For more information or a copy of the book, contact Joyce jwheatley@tcpl.org, 607-272-4557 extension 257.

All Community Read programs are free and open to the public.

The 2013 Community Read is made possible by the Tompkins County Public Library and Cornell University.

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