Open Mic night at the Coffee Corner–sponsored by the Kewaskum Library and hosted by library director Steev Baker! 6 – 8pm at the best little coffee shop in town. We’ve had banjos, ukeleles, guitars, poems, and stories. Come and share your favorite poem or song or perform an original, it’s up to you! This event is FREE (although we hope you tip the barrista) and family-friendly. Saturday, October 19th at 6pm. See you there!
On Thursday, October 17th, at 7pm the Kewaskum Public Library will host a free program called “Edgar Allan Poe Tales of Terror”. Featuring Joshua Kane, a nationally-renowned stage actor, “Tales of Terror” is storytelling at its finest. Kane’s one-man show has him performing some of Poe’s tales including The Tell-tale Heart and the Masque of the Red Death. This performance is an abridged version of Kane’s full program, which can be seen at the Schauer Center in Hartford later in the month. The program at the Kewaskum Public Library is FREE and open to the public and is funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
6:30pm at Kewaskum High School Theater. Poetry, short films, and a play all based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe. As part of The Big Read! We hope to see you there!