Date and time:
Tuesday, March 9, 7 p.m.
Mary Pat Kelly will discuss her novel Galway Bay
and the history of Irish Americans. The epic, about a family that left Ireland during the Great Famine to settle in Chicago, is the result of 35 years of research in Ireland and the United States.
Kelly is an award-winning writer/director of documentaries on Irish subjects. She's been an associate producer on Good Morning America
and Saturday Night Live,
written books on Martin Scorsese, World War II, and Bosnia, and a novel based on her experiences as a former nun - Special Intentions.
Register beginning March 1 online
or at the Reception Desk, 847-392-0100.