In her moving memoir Furlong, who works at Amherst College, recalls her experiences as a child growing up within the Amish community and how over time she came to leave it.
She provides a compelling look behind the curtain that separates the Amish from the outside world.
Call the reference desk at 565-4181 to register for this program, which is free and open to the public.
|9/12 (5 days)||Texas On Tour Mobile Experiential Exhibit Visits The Big E|
|9/16||At Home in the Woods Summer Camps|
|9/16||Wiggles & Giggles ( Mommy and Me Class)|
|9/16||Bereavement Support Group|
|9/16||Free Program for Veterans|
|9/17||At Home in the Woods Summer Camps|
|9/17||TRUCK STOP TROUBADOURS "The Regional Champions of Classic Country & Rockabilly Music" At The Storrowton Tavern.|
|9/17||Cleanse & Detox Class|