January 13, 2018 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Second Saturdays-Journeys Into Local History: Rochelle Pennington-The Hidden History Behind Charles Dickens Writing "A Christmas Carol"


​A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, is as much part of the holiday celebration as the holly and mistletoe. But whereas "A Christmas Carol" (written in 1843) is one of the most familiar works in all of literature, everyone knows the tale of the elderly miser Ebenezer Scrooge being haunted into generosity and Christmas cheer, the tale is largely misunderstood. Rochelle Pennington will take us behind the scenes to the real intent of this lasting story. Second Saturdays - Journeys Into Local History is an interactive speakers' series that brings regional speakers to new audiences in order to stretch minds and imaginations and expose the participants to experiences and ideas they might not otherwise have.


Plymouth Art Center
520 E Mill St
Plymouth WI, 53073-1808

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Beth E Dippel
(920) 467-4667
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