Written & Spoken Word
Forgetting the Former Things
Brain Injury's Invitation to Vulnerability and Faith
Author Tamara Puffer and co-author Joyce Hollyday speaking about Tamara's 1996 car accident and her journey of limitations, reflections, and hope.
Date:
December 8, 2022
when:
7:00 - 8:00 PM
where:
West Asheville Public Library (+ Zoom)
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Written & Spoken Word
Forgetting the Former Things
Book Discussion
Book discussion of Forgetting the Former Things, led by librarian Sherry Roane
Date:
December 14, 2022
when:
7:00 - 8:00 PM
where:
West Asheville Public Library
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Written & Spoken Word
Brothers Like These
From the 'Writing Out of Pain' event series
Vietnam veterans reading poems and prose from Brothers Like These: Vietnam War Veterans
Date:
October 13, 2022
when:
7pm - 8pm
where:
West Asheville Public Library
Black and white photo Vietnam War veterans standing in front of helicopter
Environmental Integrity
Green Money
Nature Makes Good Business Sense
An Environmental Economics Forum produced by the Wilma Dykeman Legacy
Date:
June 2 - June 3
when:
Various Times
where:
Zoom
Each image shown in green and black duotone
Environmental Integrity
Reading The River
Four stories inspired by chapters of Wilma Dykeman's classic book
A lecture & discussion series that happens every second Thursday, May through August.
Date:
May 12 - Aug 11
when:
7pm - 8pm
where:
Zoom
Image of the French Broad River reflecting blue sky and framed by tree branches
Written & Spoken Word
Writing Out of Pain
Four Memoirs from WNC Authors
Lecture and book discussion series at the West Asheville Public Library...
Date:
Sept. 8 - Dec. 14
when:
7pm - 8pm
where:
West Asheville Public Library
Black and white photo of person writing in a journal
Become a Friend of Wilma Dykeman