Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Tuesday, January 3rd 6:30pm – 7:30pm
at SRAC, 345 Broad Street Waverly, NY
We live in "Mark Twain Country." The great American author spent 20 summers on a hilltop outside of nearby Elmira where he wrote many of his most popular books and stories. He was the first American celebrity—“the most conspicuous person on the planet”—and his fame and reputation transcend time and place. Mark Twain still matters. Let us be: “Proud to be where Twain remains.”
Lance J. Heidig has curated Cornell’s Mark Twain exhibition. He was born and raised in Waverly, NY.
An admission donation of $6 for adults, $4 for SRAC members (free admission for students!) is requested. Free admission to the SRAC exhibit hall is included in this donation. For more information, visit www.SRACenter.org , email info@SRAcenter.org, or call the Center at 607-565-7960.