Library, Womans Club host Literary Evening Downtown
Rockford Public Library Foundation and Rockford Womans Club will host the second annual Literary Evening Downtown from 7 to 10 p.m., Saturday, April 26, at the Main Library, 215 N. Main St. Cost is $30 per person in advance and $35 at the door. The event will feature community leaders including Rockford Mayor Doug Scott, Winnebago County Board Chairman Kris Cohn and States Attorney Paul Logli, as well as media personalities such as Steve Stadelman, Eric Wilson and Mark Bonne hosting half-hour discussions on books of their choice.
The Literary Evening Downtown is a fund-raiser for the childrens services projects of Rockford Public Library and the Reading Alive Family Literacy Project of the Rockford Womans Club. The evening will also feature hors doeuvres and wine catered by A Movable Feast and costumed literary characters from Rock Valley Colleges Theater Department.
Sponsors for the event include Presenting and Pulitzer Sponsor Associated Bank, William Shakespeare Sponsor SwedishAmerican Health System, Mark Twain Sponsor Fetelli, Inc., Shel Silverstein Sponsors Amcore Financial, Inc., and Rockford Litho Center, and Dr. Suess Sponsor Lon & Dick Behr.