Celebrate the life, works and times of Charles Dickens from January through December 2014.
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Learn how to protect yourself against the most common forms of identity theft and what to do if you have been victimized. Free Victim Kits will be provided by Office of the Attorney General to assist in the reporting process.
Rebecca Long from Florida Blue will discuss enrollment in the healthcare marketplace and changes in healthcare. This will be an information session where patrons will have their questions about the marketplace, Medicaid, Medical Needy and different types of plans answered.
Changes and new opportunities in the publishing industry have made it an exciting time to be an author, but have also made it one of the most confusing times to be an author. Authors J.A. Souders, Pamela Labud, and Aria Kane will present the different publishing paths available and openly discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each. #writers
Spend an evening with Charles Dickens and the Southwest Book Club! Hear Dickens tell his tales and share information about his historical masterpiece, A Tale of Two Cities. Set against the backdrop of the French Revolution, Dickens' novel unfolds with drama, adventure, courage, love and sacrifice featuring an array of interesting characters and a swift moving plot....all under the shadow of La Guillotine. Here's your opportunity to share your thoughts and questions with the great author!
Actor Jay Becker from Mad Cow Theatre will play Dickens. To learn more about Mad Cow Theatre, go to http://www.madcowtheatre.com. For more information on What the Dickens celebration, visit: http://www.whatthedickensorlando.com #whatthedickens
This special book club program is open to all ages. The Southwest Book Club meets monthly at the Southwest Branch Library. No registration needed. For more information about this library program, please call 407.835.7323 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. #Dickens
These read-aloud programs are recommended for children ages three to five and last approximately 25 minutes. Bring your children often to enjoy folk and animal tales, flannel and big book stories, plus rhymes, songs, and poetry.