The Library Company is pleased to announce new offerings for 2017. This year we will introduce two new programs: Book Club and Collection Reviews and Tours. We are excited to create new opportunities for all of the Library Company’s supporters.
2017 Book Club
The Library Company will host three book reviews or seminars based on our current exhibitions and strengths within our collections. Our first Book Club will be held on February 22nd and will be facilitated byTogether We Win curators, Linda August and Sarah Weatherwax. They will lead a discussion and exploration of the book Regeneration by Pat Barker, a work of historical fiction exploring the psychological effects of World War I and medical and mental health treatments during the era. Members and guests are invited to bring their lunch and enjoy a stimulating conversation about this important topic. Please click here to register for our first Library Company Book Club.
Future sessions will feature Simon Garfield’s book On the Map and Thom Nickels’ book Literary Philadelphia (with a conversation led by the author himself). Please check our events page for dates and times.
Collection Reviews and Tours
We’d love to give you a closer look at the Library Company! Starting in March we will offer a series of one-hour member tours throughout the year. Guests are welcome to attend for a nominal fee. So, register and bring a friend! Each tour will include a curator-led tour of the current exhibition and showcase a different aspect of Library Company collections. Some collection review highlights include Spiritualism, Presidential Collections, Medical History, and Women’s History. More information to come on this wonderful opportunity!
To Register for these and all upcoming events
please visit our events page.
We look forward to seeing you at the Library Company. For questions about these and additional programs please contact our Events and Programs Coordinator Clarissa Lowry at email@example.com or 215-546-3181 x 130. Attendance is free for Library Company members and a fee of $10 for non-members.