We are pleased to announce that the Clarence E. Mulford Trust has made a donation to support the 10th One Book One Valley project. Clarence E. Mulford was a writer and creator of Hopalong Cassidy. He made his home in Fryeburg, Maine.
North (Bartlett) to south (Effingham), east (Fryeburg) to west (Tamworth), there is a discussion of The Double Bind happening somewhere near you this week (if you’re in Carroll County, NH, that is.) And, if reading the book has renewed your interest in The Great Gatsby, the film will be shown in Fryeburg at the Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts center. There is a $3 for adults, $2 for students admission charge (the only One Book, One Valley event that has one), but the comfy seats and awesome sound system are definitely worth it.