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Community Read Events: Joyland

“Passing time adds false memories and modifies real ones.”

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Feb 12
4 - 5 PM
Carthage College Hedberg Library
2001 Alford Park Dr
Kenosha, WI 53140

Joyland
Book Discussion

Join this Community Read book discussion led by Daphne Adamson and exchange thoughts about Joyland.

Feb 18
7 - 8:30 PM

PUBLIC Craft
Brewing Co.

716 58th St
Kenosha, WI 53140

Book Discussion at PUBLIC Craft

Sip a pint of PUBLIC’s "Chump Hoister" Hazy IPA  and gather around
UWP Geography Professor, Dr. Kenny French for a lively exchange about 
Joyland.
Dr. French will bring his love of pop culture and film to his reading of the novel. Bring your friends and your observations to this confab with one of Parkside’s most engaging educators.

Feb 20
6:00 PM
Blue House Books
5615 7th Ave
Kenosha, WI 53140
Book Discussion at Blue House Books The Community Read is coming to Blue House Books! Join us to discuss JOYLAND by Stephen King. We will have a trivia game to help fuel the discussion. The first and second place winners will receive giveaways from Blue House Books and Kenosha Creative Space!
Feb 25
4 - 5 PM
Harborside Common Grounds
5159 6th Ave
Kenosha, WI 53140
Book Discussion at Harborside Common Grounds Discuss Joyland with UW-Parkside Finance professor and avid reader Sahar Bahmani while you enjoy beautiful Lake Michigan views. What did you love about the novel? What will stick with you? Grab a coffee and share ideas! 
Feb 25
6 - 7 PM
Carthage College 
Hedberg Library

2001 Alford Park Dr
Kenosha, WI 53140
The Haunted Amusement Park: A Discussion of Stephen King's Joyland Professor Maria Carrig and English major Thomas Cargille lead a discussion of this
suspenseful and moving novel about a young man’s memorable summer working at an
amusement park that is haunted by the ghost of an unsolved murder.  Both a horror
tale and coming-of-age story, Joyland
 speaks to Stephen King’s power as one of the U.S.’s most popular storytellers, who portrays an America struggling between its core values of hard work, good will and community, and the lure of violent, monstrous fantasies.

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