Date(s): Tuesday, June 11
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Who: Ages 14 & up
As women’s role in society evolved from housewife to corporate CEO, the image of women in mystery fiction changed. From amateur sleuths, like Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple, to hard-boiled female sleuths modeled on characters like Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe. Join mystery writer and former English professor, Peggy Ehrhart, for a look at how far women have come in the world of the mystery novel.
Registration Necessary: Yes Registration Starts: February 12
Need to Register?
Register online by going to our online program calendar & signup. You may also register in person or by calling 973.895.3556 during library hours. Children’s programs requiring registration open on the stated registration date to Randolph residents (including grandparents or other family members who will be escorting the child/children to the program), children who are full-time attendees of schools located in Randolph, and children of parents who work in Randolph. If a children’s program is not at maximum capacity twenty-four hours before the scheduled start time, registration will open to anyone not included in the categories outlined above. Adult programs requiring registration are open to all residents and non-residents ages 14 and over.