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Friends of the Wetumpka Library and Wetumpka Depot Players present
 “An Evening with Daniel Wallace”

 

 

When:  Saturday July 27th starting at 4 p.m.

Where: Wetumpka Depot Theatre (300 S. Main St. Wetumpka)

What: Book talk by Daniel Wallace, author of Big Fish: A Novel of Mythic Proportions in the Depot Theatre. Followed by a Spectre-style picnic, social hour and book signing in the Wetumpka Depot Lobby. Daniel has fond memories of his visit to Wetumpka during the filming of the movie and looks forward to returning to town!

What Next: Enjoy the 7:30 p.m. closing performance of Big Fish, The Musical at the Wetumpka High School (1251 Coosa River Parkway, Wetumpka).  This musical is a production of the Wetumpka Depot Players and the Wetumpka High Theatre Guild.

Ticket information: $45 each and includes the presentation by Daniel Wallace, the awesome food, and one ticket to the musical that evening. Copies of Big Fish will be available for purchase and signing. Limited space! Secure your spot soon!  Tickets on sale now at the Wetumpka Library 334-567-1308.

To pay via PayPal, send money to PayPal.Me/WetumpkaLibrary. Be sure to note in the comments your name and address if you wish your ticket to be mailed to you. If you'd rather they be held Will Call at the Depot, please state that and give us your email address so we can confirm your purchase.  NOTE:  If you've already bought a play ticket you may purchase a ticket for $30 for admission to the activities at the Depot with Daniel Wallace happening on Sat July 27th.

 

 

 

 The Friends of the Wetumpka Library (FOWL) has meetings which feature speakers that have something to do with the world of books or local interest.  Past Speakers have included Rheta Grimsley Johnson, Carolyn Haines, Lexi George, Steve Flowers, Leslie Bailey,  Kathryn Tucker Windham, Deborah Ford, Julia Spencer-Fleming,  JoAnn Ross , Rob Dalby and Julia Oliver just to name a few!  Meetings are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.