Posted by: Pam | June 16, 2017

Inklings on Tuesday at Gryphon Cafe

We are a small writers group that meets once a month, year-round, at Gryphon Cafe. This summer of 2017, we will be meeting on Tuesdays– June 20, July 18, August 15, at 7PM.

Looking for a critique group or writer’s support group? That’s us…and more.

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AT THE ORIGINAL GRYPHON CAFE IN WAYNE

Posted by: Pam | June 14, 2017

BUILD A BETTER WORLD FILM SERIES

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Posted by: Pam | June 14, 2017

Introducing Summer Reading Club for Adults!

We’ve moved…across the street from the Old Library! 

Our new temporary location is 167 West Lancaster Avenue in Wayne. We are open MWF 9-6   TW 1-9  SAT 9-5. 

Do come by and see us! We would love to see you…

Join Radnor Memorial Library’s Adult Summer Reading Club from June 16 to August 31 and be entered to win weekly gift card raffles. Receive a gift just for signing up! 

The nationwide theme for all summer reading clubs is “Build a Better World” and it will serve as a backdrop for our Wednesday night film series that will highlight diversity. Stay tuned for more information about the first film that we will be screening next Wednesday, June 21, 7PM, right here in the Library.

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Posted by: Pam | May 19, 2017

Podcast: Vietnam Mailbag

Listen to author/journalist Nancy E. Lynch read letters sent to her, written by servicemen, and printed in the Wilmington (DE) Morning News from 1968-1972. The book is a timeless, breathtaking tribute to American servicemen and it is a gift to us all.

Thank you, Nancy!

(If you don’t see the podcast below, click at the bottom of this email and go to the inwinsr blog to view it)

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At the Radnor Township building on Tuesday, May 16 at 7:30pm, author Nancy Lynch will talk about her book Vietnam Mailbag: Voices from the War 1968-1972. Radnor Historical Society is our co-sponsor for this event.

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The author will read letters from servicemen who served in Vietnam from 1968-1972.

During the peak years of the Vietnam War, a young reporter, Nancy Lynch, relayed the hopes and fears, the joys and tears of hundreds of soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines from the state of Delaware through the “Vietnam Mailbag” column she wrote in the Wilmington Morning News. Nancy kept all those letters, and the pictures sent with many of them, neatly folded in their original envelopes.

 

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Now, 40 years after she began writing her column, Nancy has written this richly illustrated book, giving a new generation a fresh look at the first-person accounts of troops in the combat zone. Books will be available for purchase.

We hope to see you there!

Pam

 

Posted by: Pam | May 9, 2017

At Home in the American Barn–the podcast

On Tuesday, April 18, 2017, author and architect Jim Garrison talked about his new book, At Home in the American Barn at the Radnor Township Building.

What I am posting here is the recording made by Tom Ellis of Jim’s talk a few weeks earlier at the Radnor Historical Society’s Annual Dinner. It is a similar excellent presentation, of course, featuring images from Garrison’s richly illustrated book. I didn’t want to ask Tom to film Jim for a second time.

Enjoy!

Pam

 

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Posted by: Pam | April 17, 2017

inklings meet tomorrow night at The Gryphon

The Inklings Winter 2016

Tuesday night we will return to the Radnor Township Building for a very interesting author event with Jim Garrison. If you heard him talk about his other book, Stone Houses, you won’t want to miss this one.

Garrison is a local architect who shows the best images during his presentation, and off the top of his head, speaks eloquently to them all. And we get lost in the world where we are transported…Barn Porttrait

Meet us Tuesday night, April 18, 7:30PM.

The book features barns around the country, and does include a barn at Ardrossan.

I hope to see you there!

Pam

 

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