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Midnight In Paris, with commentary by Dr. Robert Bleil

As a wrap-up to The Big Read: Their Eyes Were Watching God, this Woody Allen film provides a look at Paris in the 1920's, the period when Zora Neale Hurston was involved with the Harlem Renaissance. Dr. Robert Bleil, Professor of English at the College of Coastal Georgia, will introduce the film and provide some information on the 1920's and that era's impact on literature. Please note that this program is in Room 108 of the Casino.

Where:  St. Simons Island Casino, Room 108.

Free for Guild members; $10 for nonmembers.

Reservations are recommended: or 912-289-7357.

Earlier Event: February 25
42, The Story of Jackie Robinson
Later Event: March 6
Of Gods and Men