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Sherman Library talk will celebrate Robert Frost


SHERMAN—The Sherman Library will present “Celebrating and Collecting Robert Frost: A Talk Marking the Poet’s 150th Birthday” March 16 at 2 p.m. with Sherman resident David Lowenherz, a dealer in rare letters and manuscripts.

Lowenherz will describe his life-long passion for collecting the books, manuscripts and letters of Frost over the past 50 years.

This is an in-person program at the Sherman Library. Click here to register, or call 860-354-2455. The library is located at 1 Sherman Center.

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