KEENE VALLEY - Sign up now to participate in "Huck Finn Out Loud" Friday, July 23, at the Keene Valley Library on State Route 73. A non-stop marathon reading of Mark Twain's most celebrated and condemned novel, "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" will take place from 7 a.m.-7 p.m., with 30 readers reading aloud for 30 minutes each.
The marathon will wind down with a 7 p.m. talk by Ben Emyrs, Keene Central School's new English teacher, on Huck Finn. The public is welcome throughout the day and evening and refreshments will be served.
To sign up to read, stop by the library, call 576-4335, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Mark Twain in the Adirondacks" is a joint project of Keene Valley Library, Saranac Lake Library, Historic Saranac Lake, John Brown Lives!, and Paul Smith's College. North Country Public Radio is media sponsor and funding has been provided by Stewart's Shops, Cape Air, Paul Smith's College, and International Paper-Ticonderoga Mill.
For a full schedule and complete information, call 962-4758 or 891-4606.