7:30 - 9:00 pm
Symphony Knoll, 15 S Mt Airy Rd, Croton-on-Hudson NY
Open to the public
This is a discussion group moderated by Croton writer Cornelia Cotton, that talks about literature and philosophy. The topic is different each month. It meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month in the Community Room of Symphony Knoll, which is located at 15 Mt Airy Rd, Croton. Turn off of Mt Airy Rd when you see the street sign for “Mt Airy Woods” to enter Symphony Knoll, then bear to the left.
Admission is free, and the public is invited.
For further information please call 271-3607.
For the March 18 meeting, Jeanne-Noel Mahoney has graciously agreed to chair the next meeting on Wednesday, March 18. She will discuss Virginia Woolf, whose books "To the Lighthouse" and "Mrs. Dalloway" are among the greatest novels of the 20th century. If you have never read anything by Woolf, Jeanne suggests that you read "Mrs. Dalloway" between now and then if you have the time. You will be taken into a completely new world of thoughts and feelings and relations between people. This session is something to look forward to. I will remind you again when we get closer to the date. Meanwhile, the snowdrops are out. Do you remember the beautiful short story by Robert Walser? "Little snowdrops, of what do you speak? They speak still of winter, but also already of spring; they speak of the past, but also saucily and merrily of the new. They speak of the cold but also of something warmer; they speak of snow and at the same time of green, of burgeoning growth. Just wait. The good will come. Goodness is always closer to us than we think. Patience brings roses.
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