Author Visit: Deanne Stillman

Deanne Stillman's Blood Brothers explores the clash of cultures
on the Great Plains that initially united the two legends, Sitting
Bull and Buffalo Bill, and how this shared experience contributed
to the creation of their ironic political alliance. Join Ohio Author
Deanne Stillman and Sarah Fazeli, a local actor and instructor at

Wildlife Film- Free Screening at the Drexel

Join Bexley Public Library for a free screening of the film Wildlife, based on the novel by Richard Ford, on April 18 at 7 pm at the Drexel Theater. Then, join us on April 23 in Capital University's Mees Hall to hear Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Ford in conversation with Pulitzer Prize finalist Lee Martin. 

Tickets to the screening of Wildlife on April 18 are free and first-come, first-served that evening.
Tickets to hear Richard Ford on April 23 can be reserved here:
Wildlife, directed by Paul Dano and starring Carrie Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhaal, is based off Richard Ford's novel of the same name. It released in October 2018 to critical acclaim.

Culture + Conversation: The Japanese Internment with Karen Jiobu

Karen Jiobu was one of 117,000 Americans of Japanese descent relocated to an internment camp during WWII. Along with clips from the PBS documentary Children of the Camps, Jiobu will share her own memories of this time. Join the Bexley Minority Parent Alliance and Bexley Public Library for this next program in the Culture + Conversation series, aimed at telling the stories and celebrating the cultures of diverse members of our community.


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