North School Park, Evergreen Ave + St. James St.
Join us for an outdoor, in-person discussion of our 7th annual One Book, One Village selection, The Secrets We Kept by Lara Prescott. We will meet at the corner of Evergreen and St. James Street. Library staff will guide you to the amphitheater area to find socially distanced seating. Please familiarize yourself with our safety precautions before arriving:
- Everyone must wear a mask to join the discussion
- The number of attendees will be limited in accordance to state guidelines
- When you arrive, staff will direct you to the amphitheater
- The amphitheater seating area is concrete, bring your own chairs or blankets
This event is weather permitting. Rain date: Sunday, September 27, 3:30-5 p.m.
About the Book: The Secrets We Kept follows the parallel stories of three women – two CIA typists-turned-spies and a literary muse in Soviet Russia. Lara Prescott's debut novel traces the real-life tale of the Cold War-era CIA operation that led to not only the publication of Doctor Zhivago, but also its proliferation around the world. This mission was grounded in the belief that art has the power to shape culture and politics, a theme that resonates today.
Come into the library to pick up a copy or call 847-392-0100 to reserve a copy.
This program is presented as part of One Book, One Village.
Registration for this event has closed.