Next Monday, February 11th at 6:00 pm, the Jane Austen Book Club meets in the MacIntyre room in the Carnegie Building, 244 W. Michigan Ave. We have lots to talk about, especially last Sunday's Austen biopic on Masterpiece Classics.
A friend just sent me a link to a cool video about the sixties, that I thought I would share with all of you.
So, I started thinking, could be dangerous I know.
Wouldn’t it be phenomenal if every eligible voter in Jackson County registered and voted during the 2008 presidential election? Encourage everyone you know!
Henrietta's Knitting Group meets every Wednesday at 1:00 PM. We all have different interests and skill levels, but all share the same love for yarn. My personal goal is to finally knit myself a sweater that fits! We all have a number of projects in the works, some for family members, and some for charities. Eveyone is welcome, so bring your current project and join us for a fun filled hour...or just bring yourself and we'll teach you how to knit!
This past Sunday saw another new version of Jane Austen's Mansfield Park introduced. Reviews are mixed due to the appalling lack of dialogue written by Miss Austen herself! That said, this version (MP3) did at least follow the plot of the novel unlike MP2. I found myself missing the gorgeous scenery from MP2. At least the hero, played by Blake Ritson, was good to look at! Check out the cast pictures and plot synopsis at the Masterpiece