If Jane Austen had lived longer than her all-too-brief one-and-forty years, this might have been the sequel to Pride and Prejudice. Written in the idiom of Austen’s time, Second Impressions is a story of the Darcy family, their friends, and relations. The Greater Louisville Region of the Jane Austen Society is pleased to host a reception for the author. The public is invited to hear her speak about the book, sign copies and stay for scones & tea. Please RSVP to Bonny Wise, Regional Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 502-727-3917. All proceeds go to the support of the Chawton House Library in Hampshire, UK, a non-profit resource for the study of early English women’s writing, to support students and research of women writers, pre-1830, writing in English, world-wide.
|13 Places to Take a Yoga Class for Five Bucks|
|Six More Places to Take a Yoga Class for $5 in Louisville|
|Friday Bourbon News Roundup: Old Forester Downtown, Bourbon 101, and a Knob Creek Campout|
|Louisville Library Life: What’s Going on in and Around Louisville (September 24-30)|
|Legends Series Returns To Kentucky Derby Museum|
|Louisville Library Life (September 17-22)|
|Touring Cave Hill's Bourbon History|