An Evening with Michael Almond - Ticketed

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Wednesday October 27

6:00 PM  –  7:30 PM

An Evening with Michael Almond

Join us, in-person, for a conversation with Michael Almond as he provides a behind the scenes look at his debut novel, The Tannery. This historical fiction, murder mystery and legal thriller transports readers to another time and place. Reflecting issues prominent in today’s headlines, themes of Black voter suppression and intimidation, White Supreme campaigns, the Wilmington Massacre of 1898, the violence and depravity of the Red Shirts and vigilante terrorism, and the rise of Jim Crow drive the narrative to its dramatic and surprising conclusion.


Levine Museum provides parking validation, with no hourly limit for evening events after 5:00 p.m. in the Seventh Street Station parking deck. Visitors should present a parking ticket for validation at the Guest Services desk upon arrival.

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We will carefully adhere to CDC Guidelines in effect at this time. Mask wearing is required.

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