September 2017 Calendar
WE ARE OPEN MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 10 TILL 7 P.M.!
BUT, WE ARE CLOSED ON LABOR DAY, MONDAY, 9/4!
SEPTEMBER at the GALLERY:
Went Out for Cigarettes by Ryan Steed. Ryan's juried-in work captured our attention for several years at SlowExposures and now, we're featuring him during the show and for the month of October.
Come and visit for our traditional SlowE Brunch to honor Ryan at A Novel Experience. 9-11 am Saturday, Sept. 16th. Then, visit all 12 photography exhibits throughout Pike County (6 are located around the Courthouse Square and the Main Exhibition is in Concord). For more information visit
THE NOVEL POETS AND PROSE WRITERS GROUP:
This Friday, Sept. 1st, 7 p.m.
For writers and poets--keep writing!
MONDAY MORNING (except Labor Day):
Knit-a-Longs are here to purl, slip, and practice their knitting--they are also great helpers for those who are just getting the hang of it! Come from 11 am-1 pm with your project and your questions! (We hear they crochet, too).
TUESDAY, Sept. 5: Our Spirituality Book group is a treasure! 1 p.m. We continue to mine
The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown.
TUESDAY EVENINGS: EVENING KNITTERS
The knitters are here on Tuesday evenings from 5 to 7 to do the knitting thing! And, needlepointers and crocheters are more than welcome. Come on out!
THURSDAY, SEPT 7:
DROP-IN, GUILT FREE BOOK CLUB
This month we're reading "In the Unlikely Event" by Judy Blume--it's going to be a good discussion!
THURSDAY, SEPT. 14: THE NERD HERD
BROWN BAG BOOK GROUP:
meets at 6:00 p.m. Shawnasee welcomes all fans of great Young Adult reads--This month the group will be reading Now I Rise by Kiersten White. And, check out our Nerd Herd FB page!
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20 at Noon:
This month's book:
The Education of Dixie Dupree
by Donna Everhart. Everyone welcome. High noon.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 30th: CLASSICS BOOK GROUP discusses
Master and Margarita by M. Bulgakov
. We continue to be amazed at how relevant the classics are in 2017!
LIVING ROOM CONVERSATIONS: NEXT MEETING: OCT 29
Last month we had a great gathering about all-things-foreign-affairs. We're skipping our monthly exercise in civic conversation in September (we're sure the work in SlowE is going to prompt dialogue) but come out for our October gathering when we discuss "The First Amendment". There are only a dozen spots--sign up by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're looking for folks who want to be a part of a balanced, robust discussion on the topic in the hopes of discovering common ground and learning from each other. It's inspiring.