The purpose of this project is to celebrate Samuel L. Clemens' life in Redding, Connecticut by documenting and showcasing his time here in multiple formats both online and offline. Your donations & site sponsorships will help me dedicate more time to these projects and allow me to get them online sooner.

Monday, August 6

Mark Twain Event- Saturday, August 18th

Saturday, August 18th, starting at around 1:00 at The Mark Twain Library a wonderful free to the public Mark Twain Immersion.

  • Steve Courtney from The Mark Twain House will talk about his book, 
  • James Nicoloro director/Producer will talk about and show his Film Trailer of his upcoming Documentary, "Mark Twain and Redding". 
  • Brent Colley Redding/Twain Historian will give another wonderful talk about Twain/Redding History,
  • A Mark Twain Scholar from Elmira College will talk,
  • Pitzer College President, Laura Twombley is coming all the way from California to give a talk about her book "Mark Twain's Other Woman" and 
  • Susan Boone Durkee will share her knowledge of Isabel Lyon.

Then after the Library the evening, The Redding Road House will be having its Mark Twain Room in full Twainiac decoration...with a dinner and guest speaker Mark Twain himself, (famed Mark Twain interpreter Alan Kitty).

Space is limited to only 70 for the Road House dinner event so make your reservations Jan Kardys, President Unicorn Writers Conference:

This event is a fundraiser for the Unicorn Writer Conference, a 501 non-profit

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