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The Library Channel is available on local cable channel 20 to those who subscribe through Mediacom. Programming focuses primarily on Storytimes, Children's Specials, and a variety of adult programs. Other possible programs include live coverage of meetings and events of local non-profit organizations in our meeting rooms, or local programming provided by the City's Cable Television Services office.

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Video Streaming

Many of the events that have aired on The Library Channel are also available on-demand.
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Record Your Meeting

Non-profit organizations holding their meetings in Meeting Room A can have the event taped and/or shown live on The Library Channel. Prior approval is required and must follow established guidelines outlined in the Recording and Live Cablecast Guidelines section below.

Recording

Use of the video production equipment in Meeting Room A is limited to specific City of Iowa City staff and trained staff of Public Access Television, Inc (PATV). Non-profit organizations must arrange for an authorized individual to run the equipment during their meeting. Technical assistance from Library staff cannot be guaranteed, but will be provided when possible. Programs videotaped in Meeting Room A must follow the general Meeting Room Guidelines. Events must be free and open to the public.

Live Cablecast

Approval will be given for programs that have a broad community appeal if they can be accommodated without major disruption to the Library's program schedule. Programs shown live will not be re-cablecast. All live cablecasts will end at Library close; however, use of production equipment may continue with meeting room use as dictated by our Meeting Room Policy.

All live cablecasts must follow our Cable Television Channel Programming Policy and Policy on Meeting Room and Lobby Use.

How to Arrange for Recording/Cablecast

  1. Request Meeting Room A online or at the Help Desk.
  2. Once your meeting has been approved, non-profit organizations and City Departments should contact the City of Iowa City Cable TV Office at (319) 356-5454 to arrange for equipment use.
  3. After contacting the City of Iowa City Cable TV Office, contact the ICPL AV Librarian at (319) 887-6024.

**All arrangements for recording and cablecasts must be made at least 14 days in advance.**

Channel 20 Schedule

Dance Me a Story - The Nutcracker

5:00 pm - 5:50 pm

in-progress

Ballet Quad Cities This is a storytime, a dance class, and dress-up fun all in one! Dance Me a Story ties together ballet performances and the literature that inspires the choreography. Ballet QC dancers will read the classic story of the Nutcracker and explore and teach the dance movement. Preschoolers also have the opportunity to see costumes, head pieces, props and pointe shoes—all important elements to bring the story to life. Preschool Storytime is recommended for children who are 3,4, or 5 years old.

If a Butterfly Sneezes

6:00 pm - 6:51 pm

Irving Weber Days

7:00 pm - 7:49 pm

Realizing Stephen Smith - His Conscience and Conflict UI student Steve Smith (1944-2009) encountered violence as a civil rights worker in Mississippi, led a hunger strike in downtown Iowa City, and burned his draft card in the Iowa Memorial Union in protest of the escalating war in Vietnam - all before his 21st birthday. University archivist David McCartney recounts Smith's life and efforts in the UI Archives to document his ideals and his struggles.

Irving Weber Days

8:00 pm - 8:55 pm

History of the UI School of Music Since 1906, there has been a School of Music at the University of Iowa. Come hear music librarian Katie Buehner discuss the evolution of this one hundred and ten year old program as evidenced in documentation from the University Archives and the collections of the Rita Benton Music Library. This program is part of both the Music is The Word series and Irving Weber Days.

Irving B. Weber Chautauqua Series

9:00 pm - 9:49 pm

Zachary Jack will speak on what Iowa has to teach the world in the current world political and social environment.

Big Brain

10:00 pm - 10:45 pm

Family Special

6:00 am - 7:14 am

Join the fun at ICPL's annual laugh-o-rama featuring the library's own Kidspectacular presenting "Tasty belly Buttons" at 10:30 followed by "Popo's Spooky Fun" with Deanne Wortman and Dave Panther at 11:15. At noon students of Pat's Learning Adventure take center stage with "The Tale of Blanca Flor the Maya Princess" puppet show followed by make-and-take-it crafts, refreshments, and a Where the Wild Things Are Rumpus and Parade with A.C.E. Experiment and Yahoo Drummers on the Ped Mall. Don't miss it!

Toddler Storytime

7:14 am - 7:35 am

Todder Storytime with Morgan

Family Storytime

7:35 am - 8:00 am

One of a Kind

8:00 am - 8:53 am

One of a Kind

9:00 am - 9:40 am

Family Storytime Speical

10:00 am - 10:30 am

Join violin-fiddle duo Tricia Park and Taylor Morris in this special family concert as they explore a genre-bending program of music from traditional classical fair to contemporary world music as well as American and Celtic fiddle tunes

Family Special

10:30 am - 10:54 am

Join Orchestra Iowa's talented woodwind quartet as they introduce preschool-aged children to the beat of the orchestra! Focused on fun and learning, Pied Piper Concerts offer children the opportunity to enjoy an up-close and personal chamber concert absolutely FREE!

Storytime Puppet Special

10:54 am - 11:32 am

Eulenspiegel's adaptation of this beloved Grimms fairy tale uses delightfully crafted miniature Bohemian marionettes created by puppeteer Monica Leo. The set is an extra-large pop-up storybook also designed and created by Leo. The script, laced with wit and whimsy, was written by puppeteer Teri Jean Breitbach. The production was directed by well-known director Michael Sokoloff. In addition to seven puppets, the cast includes a wacky, flamboyant storyteller who relates to the audience as well as the puppets.

Caped Crusaders

11:32 am - 11:57 am

Caped Crusaders: Scott Koepke New Pi Soilmates organic garden educator, Scott Koepke, is kicking off the summer reading program with a sprout! Come learn about composting, the plant life cycle and get your hands dirty gardening with Scott.

Linzee McCray and Linda Gerdner

12:00 pm - 12:59 pm

Linzee McCray reads from Art Quilts of the Midwest and Linda Gerdner reads from Hmong Story Cloths: Preserving Historical & Cultural Treasures. Some work will be on display during the event.

Irving Weber Days

1:00 pm - 2:17 pm

Remember those house parties where folks just rolled up the rugs, pulled out the instruments and danced? Wish you remembered them? Listen, jam and dance with some of Iowa's best Old Time musicians from Eastern Iowa. Guy and Hannah Drollinger, Bob and Kristie Black, and Alan and Aleta Murphy will play a mixture of bluegrass, Old Time and Irish tunes. They'll also talk about their musical influences, family music-making and the Eastern Iowa style.

Happy 175th Birthday Iowa City

2:17 pm - 2:56 pm

Summer Reading Program

3:00 pm - 3:35 pm

Presenter Name: Rick Eugene Brammer Absolute Science is an amazingly fun and educational program aimed at children of all ages to become engaged in the world of science through demonstrations and experiments. How does light change our perception of what is right in front of our eyes? What happens when a liquid is put under pressure? Dry Ice Exploration, Fantastic Foam, and so much more! The scientists of Absolute Science LOVE volunteers to help conduct their experiments, so come ready to get hands on!

Summer Reading Program

3:35 pm - 4:02 pm

Presenter Name: Emma Seehusen Find out why the hissing cockroaches hiss and see how furry a giant tarantula really is! This demonstration is guaranteed to fascinate and creep-out even the boldest kids. Check out this educational program with Emma from the Grout Museum to meet and learn about lots of different creepy crawlies.

Summer Reading Program

4:02 pm - 4:51 pm

Presenter Name: Darrin Crow Listen to local storyteller Darrin Crow tell entertaining tales and bring stories to life! Darrin has been based out of Iowa since 1999 where he brings stories of Iowa history, folk tales, tall tales and more to life for audiences of all ages. He'll keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end today with his presentation of "Big Builders with Big Stories- American Tall Tales and Folk Tales."

Summer Reading Program

5:00 pm - 5:46 pm

Jesus Rios

Book Fest 2016 Author Reading

6:00 pm - 6:58 pm

Aleksandar Hemon and Velibor Božović discuss The Lazarus Project

Irving Weber Days

7:00 pm - 8:17 pm

Landscape History

8:17 pm - 9:49 pm

12-3-2005

Music is the Word

10:00 pm - 10:54 pm

David Zollo has been highly active in the Iowa City music scene for over twenty years as a musician, songwriter, record label founder, and producer. David has asked musician Andy Fleming of Des Moines-based band, Brother Trucker, to join him in a unique conversational music performance for the Music Is The Word series. Part of the ICPL "Music Is The Word" series welcoming the University of Iowa School of Music to downtown Iowa City.

Preschool Yoga Storytime

6:00 am - 6:37 am

This week will be sharing stories through the movements of our bodies! Learning and practicing yoga poses will help us with our storytelling. Not only will stretch our imaginations in this storytime, but our bodies as well! If you have a yoga mat, please bring as we have a limited number of mats.

Toddler Storytime

6:37 am - 7:07 am

Preschool Storytime

7:07 am - 7:27 am

Family Storytime

7:30 am - 7:59 am

Second Sunday Garden Forum

8:00 am - 9:31 am

Join Lee Zieke and Lindsay Lee, owners of Willowglen Nursery, Decorah, Iowa, for a state of the garden address. Expect to hear their insightful perspective on how and why we garden, including combinations, maintenance strategies and garden design.

Friends of Hickory Hill Park

9:31 am - 9:59 am

Preschool Storytime

10:00 am - 10:29 am

Book Babies

10:30 am - 11:00 am

Join Stacey Kelly, Balance Yoga studio. Stacey will teach you and your baby, poses, songs, and games...all with the benefits of yoga!

Chinese Book Babies

11:00 am - 11:25 am

Book Babies will host Emily Jia. Emily will introduce families to Chinese language.

Book Babies Special

11:30 am - 11:58 am

Lauren Willberg ofPreucil School of Music’s, Music Together will lead a special Book Babies program. Stop by to learn some new songs and have a great time singing and dancing together!

Big Brain

12:00 pm - 12:45 pm

Mission Creek 2017

1:00 pm - 2:05 pm

A crash course on the DIY Maker Movement, how it started, where it’s going, and the misconceptions that are holding it back.

Mission Creek 2017

2:05 pm - 2:59 pm

Nick Scappaticci talks about current projects for his marketing company, Tellart

Masked Marvels Summer Reading Program

3:00 pm - 3:36 pm

Explore the buried gems of the past and discover the heroes of Iowa's fossil record with Sarah Horgen from the University of Iowa's Museum of Natural History.

Summer Reading Program

3:36 pm - 4:29 pm

Meet some animals you may recognize from your backyard and learn how to keep them safe in this conservation program with Johnson County Naturalist Sydney Algreen

Family Special

4:29 pm - 5:00 pm

Featuring classical music for children played by a percussion ensemble, this concert is one of the Pied Piper Series and co-sponsored by Orchestra Iowa and the Iowa City Public Library.

Schools Out Special

5:00 pm - 5:56 pm

Come join the fun, surprises, and magical mayhem.

Big Brain

6:00 pm - 6:45 pm

Friends of Historic Preservation

7:00 pm - 7:45 pm

Friends of Historic Preservation

8:00 pm - 8:49 pm

Historic Preservation as a Catalyst

Irving Weber Days

9:00 pm - 9:50 pm

Joni Kinsey, a faculty member of the University of Iowa School of Art and Art History, will present a free lecture, "Grant Wood at the University of Iowa" at Noon in Meeting Room A. Kinsey's lecture is based on her research into Wood's years on the UI faculty. Wood taught painting in the School of Art from 1934 to 1942. This was an important time for the development of the arts at the UI, and included the founding of the Iowa Writers' Workshop.

One of a Kind

10:00 pm - 10:31 pm

One of a Kind

10:31 pm - 11:06 pm

One of a Kind

11:06 pm - 11:38 pm

Family Storytime

6:00 am - 6:26 am

Family Storytime

6:30 am - 7:00 am

Preschools Storytime with Mari

7:00 am - 7:28 am

Today we celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year by reading stories, singing songs, and doing activities that highlight this Chinese tradition. 2017 is the year of the Rooster, so we will also make a Rooster craft to bring in good luck in the New Year.

Family Storytime

7:30 am - 7:58 am

Eco Iowa City

8:00 am - 8:46 am

Teresa Kurtz, Iowa Recycling Association, Executive Director, will talk about status of recycling in the State of Iowa.

Friends of Hickory Hill Park

9:00 am - 9:44 am

Friends of Hickory Hill Park Presented by Bernie Knight 08-07-03

Family Storytime Speical

10:00 am - 10:30 am

Join violin-fiddle duo Tricia Park and Taylor Morris in this special family concert as they explore a genre-bending program of music from traditional classical fair to contemporary world music as well as American and Celtic fiddle tunes

Family Special

10:30 am - 10:54 am

Join Orchestra Iowa's talented woodwind quartet as they introduce preschool-aged children to the beat of the orchestra! Focused on fun and learning, Pied Piper Concerts offer children the opportunity to enjoy an up-close and personal chamber concert absolutely FREE!

Preschool Dance Storytime

11:00 am - 11:25 am

Come on and dance! Today's performance will be full of music and movement. Come prepared to clap, cheer and learn from dancers and instructors from the Nolte Academy of Dance.

Preschool Storytime

11:30 am - 11:59 am

Stop by the library to celebrate national Tell a Fairy Tale Day with Casey and students from Regina. We will be getting a preview of their upcoming show, Beauty and the Beast.

International Writing Program

12:00 pm - 1:28 pm

09-15-04

International Writing Program

1:30 pm - 3:03 pm

Summer Reading Program

3:03 pm - 3:50 pm

Kids will join our zany scientist to save a Viking ship from a rogue wave; blastoff a rockship; blow up ballons; create a stalagmite; and shoot foam from a water hose. Followed by the official Summer Reading Program grand finale party.

Summer Reading Program

4:00 pm - 4:47 pm

Join the musical fun with Euforquestra and kicks up your heels to their rollicking Blue Grass tunes.

Zoop, Gap, Zar with Dino O'Dell

5:00 pm - 5:48 pm

Do you speak space alien? Would you like to? Then be sure to come by today's concert with musician, storyteller and picture book author, Dino O'Dell!

Tell Me Your Story

6:00 pm - 6:29 pm

Tell Me Your Story

6:30 pm - 6:59 pm

Ellen Buchanan interviews Hayden Fry, University of Iowa head football coach, about his distinguished athletic and coaching careers.

Dr. Richard Taylor

7:00 pm - 8:28 pm

Dr. Richard Taylor, author of the book "Alzheimer's From the Inside Out" will give a presentation. Dr. Taylor has lived for 5 years with a diagnosis of dementia probably of the Alzheimer's type. A retired psychologist, he has started over 50 chat rooms worldwide for people with Alzheimer's disease and their loved ones, and he is also the editor of a quarterly newsletter for people with early-onset, early-stage Alzheimer's disease.

Adult Summer Reading Program

8:30 pm - 9:52 pm

Aging In Place in Iowa City

10:00 pm - 10:58 pm

Obermann Conversations event: A discussion about TRAIL of Johnson County, whose mission is to help older community members stay in their homes via services provided by network of neighbors.

Family Storytime

6:00 am - 6:28 am

Book Babies

6:30 am - 6:54 am

Book Babies program consists of rhymes, songs, and short stories designed to stimulate your baby's language development. We ask that there be a lap for every baby.

Family Storytime

7:00 am - 7:28 am

Book Babies

7:30 am - 7:51 am

Book Babies program consists of rhymes, songs, and short stories designed to stimulate your baby's language development. We ask that there be a lap for every baby.

School's Out Special

8:00 am - 9:03 am

Kick up your heels, whirl, and twirl to the Irish tunes of the Beggarmen.

Storytime Specail

9:03 am - 9:27 am

In celebration and recognition of Earth Day we are hosting a special shadow puppet performance featuring original music, by Sea Beast Puppets. The History of Light was originally commissioned for Earth Day and is a great way to learn about the history and future of this important resource.

Kidspectacular

9:30 am - 9:59 am

The kids find booty

Spring Break Special

10:00 am - 10:45 am

Spring Break Special: Garden Party with Scott Koepke and Kevin B. F. Burt. Scott Koepke, the Garden Guru, demonstrates what it takes to plant a regular and a Mudshake Garden. From soil, to plant, to food, follow the red wiggler worms as they help create a pizza garden with everyone's favorite foods: pizza and French fries. Special musical accompaniment and garden parade with Kevin B. F. Burt and the Red Wiggler Worm Band.

Family Special

11:00 am - 11:48 am

Family Special: Saint Patrick's Day Hooley with the Beggarmen It's everyone is Irish Day so, to celebrate, kick up your heels to the Celtic tunes of Iowa City's very own Beggarmen.

Second Sunday Garden Forum

12:00 pm - 1:51 pm

Project Green

Tell Me Your Story

2:00 pm - 2:29 pm

Dr. Lewis January

Tell Me Your Story

2:30 pm - 2:58 pm

Gladys Jenkins, University of Iowa professor and author of eleven books on child development, is interviewed by Ellen Buchanan.

Tell Me Your Story

2:58 pm - 3:30 pm

Iowa City teacher, West High School debate coach, and newspaper columnist David Kanellis discusses his life in Iowa City, his career and his family.

Irving Weber Days

4:00 pm - 5:34 pm

Johnson County Historical Society Presents

5:34 pm - 6:44 pm

Habitat for Humanity

7:00 pm - 7:59 pm

Mark Patton, Executive Director, Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity will share the Iowa Valley Habitat story and information about their current project in Hills, Iowa and their smaller one-day projects that are a great way to get involved.

Automated Driving with National Advanced Driving Simulator

8:00 pm - 8:43 pm

Dr. Daniel McGehee, Director of the National Advanced Driving Simulator and Associate Professor in Mechanical & Industrial Engineering at the University of Iowa will discuss the history of automation in vehicles. While the Google car steals many headlines, automated systems have been in production for decades. How these technologies have matured over the years paints an interesting story - one today's drivers can learn from.

German Iowa and the Global Midwest

9:00 pm - 10:01 pm

As part of the "German Iowa and the Global Midwest" symposium, Professor Frank Trommler from the University of Pennsylvania will present "Cultural Diplomacy and Military Aggression in the Third Reich"

Weber Days Storytime

6:00 am - 6:27 am

In celebration of Iowa City historian, Irving Weber, we will learn about his legend and his fascinating historical connections to Iowa City including his local history bus tours, his swimming career at Iowa and of course his days as an ice cream maker!

Family Storytime

6:30 am - 6:59 am

Family Storytime

7:00 am - 7:23 am

Designed for the whole family and presented at a time convenient for most working parents.

Toddler Storytime

7:23 am - 7:59 am

Summer Reading Program 2017

8:00 am - 8:41 am

Juggling, Mime, Magic & Other Nonsense

School's Out Special

8:41 am - 8:58 am

Join Hoover National Library and Archives Education Specialist, Elizabeth Dinschel, in a fun filled family storytime! Wartburg College will be presenting an act of a Shakespeare play followed by another act where audience members help tell the story.

Macaroni Soup

9:00 am - 9:43 am

A snowball fight in June? Put on your dancing shoes for Macaroni Soup with Miss Carole and Clarence – no mittens needed! We are kicking off the Summer Reading season with a wonderful interactive music program that will have everyone singing the whole way home! Sneakily educational and developmentally appropriate for children 8 and younger, Macaroni Soup! with Miss Carole and Clarence is a Sing-Along, Dance-Along, DO- ALONG CONCERT for the whole family!

Preschool Storytime

10:00 am - 10:33 am

Local storyteller, Judy Nyren, will be joining us again today. Be sure to stop by the children's storytime room to see what wonderful surprises she has in store for us!

Preschool Dance Storytime

10:33 am - 10:58 am

Come on and dance! Today's performance will be full of music and movement. Come prepared to clap, cheer and learn from dancers and instructors from the Nolte Academy of Dance.

Family Storytime

10:58 am - 11:29 am

Dancers from the Champagne Irish Dance studio will be performing for us today! We will be learning about, watching and participating in some traditional Irish dances.

Book Babies

11:30 am - 11:53 am

Book Babies with Special Guests Music Together from Preucil School of Music. Learn some new songs and have a great time singing and dancing together!

Underground Railroad in Johnson County

12:00 pm - 1:50 pm

Civil War 150: Underground Railroad in Johnson County - Recent Research Douglas W. Jones, Iowa Freedom Trail Grant Project Manager from the State Historical Society of Iowa, will give us an overview of the Underground Rail Road activities in Johnson County and how they tied into the larger underground network. Part of the Civil War 150 series of programs

Second Sunday Garden Forum

2:00 pm - 3:25 pm

Marcia Leeper has been the corporate gardener for August Home Publishing and Garden Gate Magazine for 14 years, designing and maintaining their test gardens and working with the editors of the magazine. Marcia’s passion is gardening. She will present tips for the busy gardener, showing ways to maintain the high impact in your garden’s appearance while reducing the work impact on you

Friends of Hickory Hill Park

3:25 pm - 4:10 pm

Friends of Hickory Hill Park Presented by Bernie Knight 08-07-03

Cutting Your Cable

4:10 pm - 4:44 pm

Learn about the new technology out there to cut the cost of your entertainment budget. Learn about Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and other streaming content services. Understand how Blu-Ray players, Smart TVs, Rokus, and other hardware help you watch what you want to watch when you want to watch it

German Iowa and the Global Midwest

4:44 pm - 5:45 pm

As part of the "German Iowa and the Global Midwest" symposium, Professor Frank Trommler from the University of Pennsylvania will present "Cultural Diplomacy and Military Aggression in the Third Reich"

Big Brain

6:00 pm - 6:45 pm

Iowa City's Manville Heights

10:00 pm - 10:58 pm

Preschool Storytime

6:00 am - 6:27 am

In addition to sharing a winter story or two, we will also be singing some our favorite winter and holiday songs while Casey plays on the piano. So bring your best caroling voice and get ready to interact with instruments, stories and winter fun! Whether there's snow on the ground yet or not, stick around for an indoor snowball fight to end the program!

Family Storytime

6:30 am - 6:58 am

Preschool Storytime

6:58 am - 7:30 am

In honor of the One Book, Two Book festival this weekend, some of our favorite characters from children's literature will joining us for storytime and cookies after.

Toddler Storytime

7:30 am - 7:51 am

Join Elizabeth for stories and a special visit from Elephant and Piggie!

Remembering the Scottish Highlanders' 75-year History

8:00 am - 8:46 am

What are the Scottish Highlanders? How and when were they founded? What was their purpose? What were their accomplishments? Join Heather Stockman, daughter of the original director of the University of Iowa Scottish Highlanders, as she shares information about the wonderful 75-year history of this organization.

Songs and Stories of Farming

9:00 am - 9:45 am

Preschool Storytime

10:00 am - 10:28 am

Stop by the children's department for a taste of the Music Together program led by teachers from Preucil School of Music. We will be participating in songs, rhymes and musical games geared for early learning and literacy.

Book Babies

10:30 am - 10:53 am

Preschool Storytime

11:00 am - 11:29 am

Preschool PUG Storytime

11:30 am - 11:52 am

Preschool Pug Storytime Today at ICPL we will be featuring Pugs. Come by to read some silly pug dog stories and to meet some of our staff's furry friends!

DNA Interest Group

12:00 pm - 12:57 pm

“Your baldness is from your mother” – a presentation and discussion of myths about inheritance.

School's Out Special

3:00 pm - 3:54 pm

The Chasing 4 Life crew present "what to do when hurricanes rage and tornadoes sweep the country." Through disaster preparedness, the focus is on tornado safety, environmental issues, climate change, and the importance of home disaster kits

School's Out Special

4:00 pm - 4:55 pm

Celebrate Saint Patrick's Day and kick up your heels to the traditional and modern Celtic tunes of Iowa City's own Beggarmen.

School's Out Special

5:00 pm - 5:51 pm

Kick up your heels to Irish music, dancing, and a St. Patrick's Day celebration featuring Acoustic Mayhem and We 3 Riverdancers. This Spring Break event is free and open to families and children of all ages.

Author Visit

7:11 pm - 7:30 pm

Iowa City Community School visiting children's author Grace Lin.

ICCSD Visiting Author

7:30 pm - 7:58 pm

Author Interview

7:58 pm - 9:04 pm

Andrea Flemming and Katherine Habley interview authors Mary Jane and Herm Auch. The Auchs visited 3rd and 4th grade students in the ICCSD October 17-21. Their numerous collaborative picture and early chapter books include the Princess and the Pizza as well as several chapter books such as One-handed Catch by Mary Jane Auch alone.

Visiting Author

9:04 pm - 9:46 pm

Prairie Lights and the Iowa City Public Library co-sponsor Father Greg Boyle reading from his work of nonfiction "Tattoos on the Heart". Father Boyle will be signing his book after the reading and copies will be available to purchase through on-site sales from Prairie Lights Bookstore.

Harshbarger Hosta Society Presents

10:00 pm - 10:45 pm