Toast the great works of the 1920s. Costumes encouraged. 21+.
If you were captivated by Woody Allen's movie, "Midnight in Paris," then you'll be hotsy-totsy for an afternoon appreciating the "inexhaustible variety of life" that was the 1920s.
Look back one hundred years to this explosive period of literature, art, and music revival. Delve into the world of Modernism exploring Gertrude Stein's salon, the Lost Generation of Writers, Surrealism, Jazz, as well as other art forms that signaled a radical departure from the conservative Victorian era and acted as outlets for musicians and artists reacting to the horrors of the First World War.
Registered participants will receive two drink tickets for mini cocktails provided by Crater Lake Spirits. Drinks also available for purchase.
Rya Fennewald is a Community Librarian at Deschutes Public Library. She holds a B.S. in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and an M.L.I.S from San Jose State University. She is a proud Asian-American, wife, homeowner, plant-lover, bibliophile, technophile, dog-owner, wellness-seeker, and outdoor-recreationist. She delights in any social gathering that involves an opportunity to talk about her love affair with libraries. She has worked in libraries for the past 12 years and started with Deschutes Public Library in 2017.
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