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      Last Thursday evening East Alabama Arts hosted a book club gathering at Opelika’s Cultural Arts Center. The group's thoughts on and reactions to Harper Lee’s, Go Set a Watchman, were featured on National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition, Saturday morning, July 18.

      In a national story filed by Troy Public Radio's Kyle Gassiott, the panel voiced some of their responses to the groundbreaking, newly discovered novel by the author of To Kill a Mockingbird. If you missed the broadcast you can listen to the feature here: http://n.pr/1OdY7ai.

      An expanded version of Gassiotts report, will also air on Troy Public Radio’s In Focus with Carolyn Hutcheson, Tuesday, July 21, from noon-12:30. You’ll hear voices and insights from Auburn-Opelika residents Katie Jackson, Phillip Preston, Lee Sharma, Novelette Seroyer, and Donna Sollie. Tune in over the airwaves to Troy Public Radio or listen online at troypublicradio.org. Tuesday’s feature will also be posted on The Arts Association of East Alabamas website at eastalabamaarts.org.

      So listen in, grab a copy of the book, and possibly start a Watchman discussion of your own!

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    L I S T E N  I N!

    Last Thursday evening East Alabama Arts hosted a book club gathering  at Opelika’s Cultural Arts Center. The group’s thoughts on and reactions to Harper Lee’s, Go Set a Watchman, were featured on National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition, Saturday morning, July 18. In a national story filed by Troy Public Radio’s Kyle Gassiott, the panel voiced some of their responses to the groundbreaking, newly discovered novel by the author of To Kill a Mockingbird. If you missed the broadcast you can listen to the feature here: http://n.pr/1OdY7ai. An expanded version of Gassiotts report, will also air on Troy Public Radio’s In Focus with Carolyn Hutcheson, Tuesday, July 21,  from noon-12:30.  You’ll hear voices and insights from Auburn-Opelika residents Katie Jackson, Phillip Preston, Lee Sharma, Novelette Seroyer,  and Donna Sollie.  Tune in over the airwaves to Troy Public Radio or listen online at troypublicradio.org.  Tuesday’s feature will also be posted on The Arts Association of East Alabamas website at eastalabamaarts.org. So listen in, grab a copy of the book, and possibly start a Watchman discussion of your own!

    Opelika Center For The Performing Arts

    Join us for a performance in the the Opelika Center for the Performing Arts, an 1100 seat hall that has been host to none other than twenty-two international orchestras including The National Symphony Orchestra and the Alabama Symphony, fifty nationally touring Broadway productions including “Annie,” “In the Heights,” and “South Pacific“, nine performances of the New York City Opera National Company, twenty-one major ballet and dance companies including Paul Taylor Dance Company and David Parsons Dance, and twenty-one jazz celebrities and popular entertainers including Shirley Horn, John PizarelliRoseanne Cash, and The 5 Browns.

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    on Wayne Flynt’s recent lecture, All Things Mockingbird, at The Cultural Arts Center of East Alabama, anticipating the release of Go Set A Watchman. Watch Here.