PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO FORECASTED INCLEMENT WEATHER, THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN CANCELLED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED.
In celebration of Women's History Month, storyteller Kathryn Ross will bring the famous children's author to life in a performance that will enchant and inspire. Despite the repressive Victorian upbringing of her youth and the tragic loss of her love, Potter emerged a successful author, illustrator and farmer. She also established the British National Land Trust which has ensured the legacy of open space lands for future generations. Her life was one well-lived with vision, determination, creativity, intelligence and generosity. This program is open to ages twelve and up. Registration required by Monday, March 2. To register, call the library at (856) 694-2833.