September 6, 2014: An Inside Look at Sinclair’s Pride and Prejudice

On Saturday, September 6, 2014 Kimberly Borst and Kathleen Hotmer will talk about Sinclair Community College’s new production of Pride and Prejudice.  Kimberly is directing the play and Kathleen is the costume designer.  Their talks will be followed by an opportunity to attend a rehearsal.

SCHEDULE:

10:30 Arrival and socializing
10:45 Brief business meeting
11:00 Presentations by Kimberly Borst and Kathleen Hotmer
12:00 Box lunches in the Green Room
1:00+ Rehearsal.  Attend as much of the rehearsal as you like

LOCATION:  The Green Room (Room 2334) on the fourth floor of Building 2 on the Sinclair campus.

PARKING:  The Student/Visitor Parking Garage (Lot A) on West Fifth Street (reached by turning left from West Fourth Street).  Use the bridge on the west side of the lot to cross the street to the campus buildings.  The cost of parking is $2 cash.

BOX LUNCH

Fruit salad, seasonal side salad and chips

Choice of 3 sandwiches:
Ham and Swiss on ciabatta with apple honey and mustard
Turkey on ciabatta with sage cream cheese and field greens
Greek salad wrap with feta, olives, tomato and cucumber (vegetarian)

Cookie
Choice of Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, or bottled water

COST:  $14.00.

RSVP by August 27 with a check made out to JASNA Dayton.  Mail your check, entree and drink selection, and contact information to:

Mary Ann Gasior
2727 Old Whipp Court
Centerville, OH 45440

For questions contact Mary Ann at 937-434-5992 or gasiormaryann@yahoo.com

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November 9, 2014: Reading Group Meeting

The Reading Group will begin its discussion of Pride and Prejudice. This month we will read through Vol. I, Chapter 10 (Continuous: 1 – 10). Visit the Reading Group page for more information.


December 7, 2014: Luncheon and talk by Crystal B. Lake

Crystal B. Lake, Assistant Professor of English at Wright State University, will speak on “Jane Austen’s Museums,” based on work she did a couple summers ago at Chawton. “Jane Austen's Museums” uncovers the world of museums Jane would have known, and considers the effects the rise of the museum had on her characters, themes, and plots. 

Details to follow.


January 11, 2015: Reading Group Meeting

The Reading Group will continue its discussion of Pride and Prejudice. This month we will read through Vol. I, Chapter 18 (Continuous: 11 – 18). Visit the Reading Group page for more information.


February 8, 2015: Reading Group Meeting

The Reading Group will continue its discussion of Pride and Prejudice. This month we will read through Vol. II, Chapter 4 (Continuous: 19 – 27). Visit the Reading Group page for more information.


April 12, 2015: Reading Group Meeting

The Reading Group will continue its discussion of Pride and Prejudice. This month we will read through Vol. II, Chapter 12 (Continuous: 28 – 35). Visit the Reading Group page for more information.


November 8, 2015: Reading Group Meeting

The Reading Group will continue its discussion of Pride and Prejudice. This month we will read through Vol. II, Chapter 19 (Continuous: 36 – 42). Visit the Reading Group page for more information.


January 10, 2016: Reading Group Meeting

The Reading Group will continue its discussion of Pride and Prejudice. This month we will read through Vol III, Chapter 5 (Continuous: 43 – 47). Visit the Reading Group page for more information.


February 14, 2016: Reading Group Meeting

The Reading Group will continue its discussion of Pride and Prejudice. This month we will read through Vol III, Chapter 12 (Continuous: 48 – 54). Visit the Reading Group page for more information.


April 10, 2016: Reading Group Meeting

The Reading Group will conclude its discussion of Pride and Prejudice. This month we will read through Vol III, Chapter 19 (Continuous: 55 – 61). Visit the Reading Group page for more information.


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