Date(s) - 07/21/2022
The Pasadena Public Library joins author and poet Iris Jamahl Dunkle live from the Jack London State Park for a reading and park tour.
Presented virtually, attendees will experience the splendor of this quiet retreat that bore witness to some of Jack London’s famous works.
Jack London State Park encompasses the home and ranch of the legendary author and is located in Glen Ellen, on the eastern slope of Sonoma Mountain, about a 20-minute drive north of Sonoma. The park contains: a museum in “The House of Happy Walls,” the remains of “Wolf House” (London’s dream house destroyed by fire in 1913), several trails, and the cottage residence of Jack London and his wife where he wrote books, short stories, articles and letters while overseeing various agricultural enterprises.
On Thursday, July 21 at 5 pm, author and poet Jamahl Dunkle will do a live reading surrounded by the iconic landscape for an in-person and virtual audience. To attend this free event, sign up at this link.
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