The Museum Broken Arrow
Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma is brought to you by The Museum Broken Arrow
“Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma”
Sponsored by Oklahoma Humanities
Who: Anyone who loves to read and discuss books.
Space is limited. Call or stop by the museum today to get registered.
What: Theme: Working to Survive: Surviving to Work
Is work a blessing or a curse? To many, it can be both. The books in this series focus on the way work mixes with the quest for human dignity, the psychology of honest work, and the existential meaning of individual life itself.
When: The first Thursday of February, March, April, May and June at 6:30 P.M.
Where: The Museum Broken Arrow
400 South Main Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012
In the heart of the Rose District
From February through June, we will be reading and discussing five books. Books will be provided for all registered participants.
Books must be returned each month.
A scholar from the region will come to the museum to lead the discussion of each book.
Books for the February program are available for pick up at the museum.
Please read the book prior to the program.
During the series, we will read and discuss the following five books:
~The Jungle by Upton Sinclair (2/2/17)
~The Help by Kathryn Stockett (3/2/2017)
~Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America by Barbara Ehrenreich (4/6/17)
~Bartleby the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Street by Herman Melville (5/4/17)
~The Cliff Walk: A Job Lost and a Life Found by Don J. Snyder (6/1/17)
For more information, please call Lori Lewis at 918.258.2616.