The busiest week for One Book One Siouxland is at hand. Enjoy a talk by Matt Anderson about 1880s fashions, and discuss Shane with other enthusiastic readers at “Hats Off to Shane,” Saturday, March 16, at 2 p.m. at the Sioux City Public Museum.
Monday the 18th, join the Lifelong Learning Book Club at Western Iowa Tech (pre-register at 274-6404) for lunch and a rousing book discussion. Later that day, catch the first of two screenings of the 1953 movie starring Alan Ladd, at 7 p.m. in the UPS Room, Lincoln Center, on the Morningside College Campus. Following the film, Dr. Jen Peterson, Morningside College English Department, will lead a discussion of the book and movie.
In the mood for cowboy poetry? Join Marci Broyhill at 7 p.m. in the Stoney Creek Inn lobby on Tuesday, March 19. Her appearance is sponsored by the South Sioux City Public Library. Dave Mixdorf, Library Director there, presents “From Zane Grey to Brokeback Mountain: How Western Literature has Changed” at the South Sioux City Public Library on Thursday, March 21 at 7 p.m.
“Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie,” which was cancelled on March 10, will now be held Sunday, March 24 at the Betty Strong Encounter Center. Musicians Mike Langley, Jack Langley and Walter Peterson have prepared a musical presentation of songs from the old west.
Programs continue into April. Visit www.onebookonesiouxland.org for event details.