2006 Festival Highlights
Festival lecture transcripts, podcasts and other resources are available here. Scroll through the list below for free downloads and other links.
Saturday Seminar “Windows to Other Worlds”:
A version of Leland Ryken's afternoon lecture can be found in Thomas Martin's edited anthology entitled Reading the Classics With C. S. Lewis (Baker Books).
Click here for links to North Central Michigan College's event with Reza Aslan, 2006.
Narnia-inspired artwork display at Gaslight Gallery in downtown Petoskey, Michigan. These original paintings were created by talented local artist Michael Morris and are on display throughout October & November. www.gaslightgallery.net.
"Just an Inkling" November Pub Nights
Weekly pub nights at the Perry Hotel’s Noggin Room featuring readings, discussions, and light-hearted debates of works by C. S. Lewis and friends. 7 p.m. Mondays Nov. 6, 13 & 20 at the Perry Hotel, corner of Bay and Lewis streets in downtown Petoskey. All are welcome!
C. S. Lewis Writing Workshops
(click here for details)
Select area schools will pilot a new program for 5th through 10th grade language arts classrooms involving Narnia-inspired writing workshops, culminating in a reading & reception with the "Friends of the Carnegie" library program in Petoskey on Monday evening, November 27. Contact Anne McDevitt for workshop details: email@example.com. Call the library for info on the Nov. 27 event: (231) 758-3100.
Modern Mythology: Fall class on Lewis & Tolkien at North Central Michigan College
ENG 297: Wednesday evenings starting Sept. 13 at NCMC in Petoskey, MI. Taught by Dr. Suzanne Shumway, founding board member of the C. S. Lewis Festival. Registration is now full. http://www.ncmich.edu/.