Ligonier Valley Library will host the Book Discussion on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 6:30 pm
at the Fort Ligonier Center for History Education
My Antonia evokes the Nebraska prairie life of Willa Cather’s childhood, and commemorates the spirit and courage of immigrant pioneers in America. One of Cather’s earliest novels, written in 1918, it is the story of Antonia Shimerda, who arrives on the Nebraska frontier as part of a family of Bohemian emigrants. Her story is told through the eyes of Jim Burden, a neighbor who will befriend Antonia, teach her English, and follow the remarkable story of her life.
Call the library at 724-238-6451 or stop by to register. Due to library renovations, the discussion will be held at the Fort Ligonier Center for History Education.
Participants will have the opportunity to buy tickets to the March 17, 2018 Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra concert for a discounted price of $11.
Programs are made possible by WLN, the Westmoreland Library Network.
The Westmoreland Library Network is a federated system of over twenty public libraries providing free library service to the residents of Westmoreland County.