Journey through the age of Gershwin & Jazz with Kaplan’s latest novel, Rhapsody.
11 a.m. –Book Talk
Alleghany Library - 115 Atwood St., Sparta
Free. Books available.
Join in-person or virtually.
Reserve a seat: 336-372-5573, or email email@example.com
Link virtually: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88656522351
2 p.m. – Screening of An American in Paris
Bijou on the Backlot
18B S. Main St., Sparta
Tickets: $10. Available at the door or in advance:
A Touch of Grace, 38 S. Main St., Sparta
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An afternoon of words and music begins at the Alleghany Library with Mitchell James Kaplan and his unforgettable Jazz Age novel set in New York City during a period of sweeping social and cultural change. It focuses on the legendary love affair between acclaimed composer George Gershwin and gifted musician Kay Swift.
We top it off with a screening of the Oscar winning musical, An American in Paris, starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron, shown in downtown Sparta’s newest performance venue, Bijou on the Backlot. Seating is limited. Advanced tickets recommended.
Books available in advance:
· A Touch of Grace – 38 S. Main St., Sparta, NC https://www.facebook.com/atouchofgracenc
· Chapters Bookshop – 101 E. Grayson St., Galax, VA https://www.facebook.com/ChaptersGalax
· Pages Books 192 N. Main St., Mt. Airy, NC https://www.facebook.com/PagesBooksCoffee
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