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April, 2021

Saturday
24
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Join us for an online "whodunit" where you‘ll take on the guise of one of the characters!
Friday
30
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Adrian Lukis, a.k.a. "Mr. Wickham" from the 1995 BBC adaptation of "Pride and Prejudice", reprises his role in this live online performance from the UK‘s Theater Royal Bury St. Edmonds. As Mr. Wickham approaches his 60th birthday, he informs his audience of his version of events from thirty years before...

May, 2021

Saturday
1
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Adrian Lukis, a.k.a. "Mr. Wickham" from the 1995 BBC adaptation of "Pride and Prejudice", reprises his role in this live online performance from the UK‘s Theater Royal Bury St. Edmonds. As Mr. Wickham approaches his 60th birthday, he informs his audience of his version of events from thirty years before...
Tuesday
4
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Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an informal but lively discussion of a variety of early 19th century topics!
Tuesday
11
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Join us for a discussion of the first book published in Bernard Cornwell‘s well-known Napoleonic Era series.
Saturday
29
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A period hairstyle is one of the least expensive ways to improve your period look! Join us as Amber Mendenhall, owner of Virgil‘s Fine Goods and the Lady of the Wilderness blog, introduces us to the hair trends of the late 18th and early 19th century and offers tips to replicating those styles!

June, 2021

Tuesday
1
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Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an informal but lively discussion of a variety of early 19th century topics!
Saturday
5
Stillwater Tea House
11:00 AM
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Join us--in period or modern attire--for a lovely tea at Suffolk‘s charming Stillwater Tea House!
Tuesday
8
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Join us for a discussion of the first book published in Bernard Cornwell‘s well-known Napoleonic Era series.
Sunday
13
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Join us for a conversation about the clothing the people of the early 19th century wore for outings!
Thursday
17
Thu, Jun 17, 2021
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This year’s virtual Jane Austen Summer Program will explore “Jane Austen’s World,” focusing on the author through her letters and the acclaimed Claire Tomalin biography, “Jane Austen: A Life.” Open to scholars and Austen fans alike, the online symposium will feature four days of panels, small-group discussions, workshops (creative writing, turban-making and handwriting), theatricals, and more. Guests this year include Janine Barchas (“The Lost Books of Jane Austen”), Mary Robinette Kowal (the “Glamourist Histories” series), and Robert Morrison (“The Regency Years”), plus Soniah Kamal (“Unmarriageable”), Damianne Scott of the blog “Black Girl Loves Jane” and author Jasmine Stirling. Cost is $95 through April 1; $115 thereafter. You also have the option to purchase a Deluxe Regency Parcel, featuring goodies and materials for all workshops. Visit janeaustensummer.org to register.
Friday
18
Fri, Jun 18, 2021
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This year’s virtual Jane Austen Summer Program will explore “Jane Austen’s World,” focusing on the author through her letters and the acclaimed Claire Tomalin biography, “Jane Austen: A Life.” Open to scholars and Austen fans alike, the online symposium will feature four days of panels, small-group discussions, workshops (creative writing, turban-making and handwriting), theatricals, and more. Guests this year include Janine Barchas (“The Lost Books of Jane Austen”), Mary Robinette Kowal (the “Glamourist Histories” series), and Robert Morrison (“The Regency Years”), plus Soniah Kamal (“Unmarriageable”), Damianne Scott of the blog “Black Girl Loves Jane” and author Jasmine Stirling. Cost is $95 through April 1; $115 thereafter. You also have the option to purchase a Deluxe Regency Parcel, featuring goodies and materials for all workshops. Visit janeaustensummer.org to register.
Saturday
19
Sat, Jun 19, 2021
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This year’s virtual Jane Austen Summer Program will explore “Jane Austen’s World,” focusing on the author through her letters and the acclaimed Claire Tomalin biography, “Jane Austen: A Life.” Open to scholars and Austen fans alike, the online symposium will feature four days of panels, small-group discussions, workshops (creative writing, turban-making and handwriting), theatricals, and more. Guests this year include Janine Barchas (“The Lost Books of Jane Austen”), Mary Robinette Kowal (the “Glamourist Histories” series), and Robert Morrison (“The Regency Years”), plus Soniah Kamal (“Unmarriageable”), Damianne Scott of the blog “Black Girl Loves Jane” and author Jasmine Stirling. Cost is $95 through April 1; $115 thereafter. You also have the option to purchase a Deluxe Regency Parcel, featuring goodies and materials for all workshops. Visit janeaustensummer.org to register.
Sunday
20
Sun, Jun 20, 2021
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This year’s virtual Jane Austen Summer Program will explore “Jane Austen’s World,” focusing on the author through her letters and the acclaimed Claire Tomalin biography, “Jane Austen: A Life.” Open to scholars and Austen fans alike, the online symposium will feature four days of panels, small-group discussions, workshops (creative writing, turban-making and handwriting), theatricals, and more. Guests this year include Janine Barchas (“The Lost Books of Jane Austen”), Mary Robinette Kowal (the “Glamourist Histories” series), and Robert Morrison (“The Regency Years”), plus Soniah Kamal (“Unmarriageable”), Damianne Scott of the blog “Black Girl Loves Jane” and author Jasmine Stirling. Cost is $95 through April 1; $115 thereafter. You also have the option to purchase a Deluxe Regency Parcel, featuring goodies and materials for all workshops. Visit janeaustensummer.org to register.
Tuesday
29
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Come and discuss this easy-entry narrative of the Battle of Waterloo by the author of the Sharpe series, Bernard Cornwell.

July, 2021

Tuesday
6
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Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an informal but lively discussion of a variety of early 19th century topics!
Friday
9
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Annual gathering of Janeites to celebrate all things Jane! Registration information will be posted when available.
Saturday
10
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Annual gathering of Janeites to celebrate all things Jane! Registration information will be posted when available.
Sunday
11
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Annual gathering of Janeites to celebrate all things Jane! Registration information will be posted when available.
Tuesday
13
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Those who register for our Grand Caverns tour after today will incur an extra cost since we have to turn our numbers in! Don‘t miss out on lower pricing and register today!
Tuesday
20
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Come and discuss this easy-entry narrative of the Battle of Waterloo by the author of the Sharpe series, Bernard Cornwell.

August, 2021

Tuesday
3
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Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an informal but lively discussion of a variety of early 19th century topics!
Tuesday
10
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Join us as we take up C. S. Forester‘s classic "man alone" study and the first published novel of the Hornblower series.
Saturday
21
Grand Caverns
1:00 PM
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Tour the oldest continually operating show cave in the United States with the RSV!
Tuesday
24
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Join us as we take up C. S. Forester‘s classic "man alone" study and the first published novel of the Hornblower series.

September, 2021

Tuesday
7
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Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an informal but lively discussion of a variety of early 19th century topics!
Tuesday
14
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Explore the world of Dr. David Hosack, physician to Alexander Hamilton who sought to build the early republic‘s first botanical garden.
Saturday
18
James Monroe's Highland
11:30 AM
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Join us for an autumnal picnic on the grounds of James Monroe‘s Highland.
Tuesday
28
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Explore the world of Dr. David Hosack, physician to Alexander Hamilton who sought to build the early republic‘s first botanical garden.

October, 2021

Tuesday
5
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Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an informal but lively discussion of a variety of early 19th century topics!
Tuesday
12
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Explore the world of Dr. David Hosack, physician to Alexander Hamilton who sought to build the early republic‘s first botanical garden.
Tuesday
26
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A missing twin. A desperate mother. A meeting that must take place for a necessary marriage to go forward. What could possibly go wrong?

November, 2021

Tuesday
2
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Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an informal but lively discussion of a variety of early 19th century topics!
Tuesday
16
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A missing twin. A desperate mother. A meeting that must take place for a necessary marriage to go forward. What could possibly go wrong?
Tuesday
30
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Read all about the upper crust behaving badly in the Regency era.

December, 2021

Tuesday
7
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Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an informal but lively discussion of a variety of early 19th century topics!
Tuesday
21
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Read all about the upper crust behaving badly in the Regency era.