Franklin native Charles Harrington joins us Sunday, December 12 to discuss his book A Contemplative Life: Essays and musings from the last of the Baby Boomers. Available at Amazon.
Charlie grew up in Franklin, attended St. Mary School, and was the middle child in the large Harrington family with four older brothers and four younger sisters. One reviewer writes: “Harrington is a talented story-teller and writes about his childhood, romances, addiction and losses to inspire readers to learn from his experiences. He includes personal letters, photographs and poems that make his stories come alive. Readers can relate to his experiences and reflect on what he learned from them.
We are excited to welcome Charlie back home and have him discuss his book, reflect on his life and share his memories of Franklin.
We hope you will join us for this next chapter in our monthly Second Sunday Speaker Series. Doors open at 1:00 PM, admission is free, and the presentation will start at 1:15.
Please bring a non-perishable item for the Franklin Food Pantry.
|Second Sunday Speaker Series - Dec 12 - Charles Harrington|
Charlie; please embellish and exaggerate all my childhood accomplishments while diminishing, or better yet eliminating any mention of those few and rare instances of poor or bizarre behavior on my part you might remember. I of course will be sending you an appropriate amount of cash should you choose to nobly acquiesce to this minor request. sincerely; your older brother Richard.ReplyDelete
Consider it done dear brother, I wouldn't have it any other way!ReplyDelete