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Doonesbury @ 50
Garry Trudeau in conversation with John Avlon

This event is produced in collaboration with the Charleston Library Society.

It will take place via Zoom. Please register via Eventbrite and register as "Membership Library Friend" $5. Questions? Contact Taryn Edwards, [email protected]

The Charleston Library Society virtually welcomes the Mechanics' Institute to hear from the most consequential political cartoonist of our time, Garry Trudeau. Honoring a half century of his renowned comic strip, Doonesbury, Pulitzer Prize winner Trudeau will be in conversation with American journalist and CNN anchor, John Avlon. The duo will cover all topics to properly celebrate [email protected]: The Complete Digital Doonesbury, a limited edition compilation of all Trudeau's works.
 
Tickets to the virtual conversation are $5 for CLS/MI members and $10 for nonmembers. All ticket purchasers will receive an email from [email protected] on the afternoon of the event with the Zoom links and password. If you do not receive an email by 4:00pm, please call 843-723-9912.

To purchase tickets click here.

To purchase the book click here.

 

 

 

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Admission: 
Members $5
Public $10
Location: 
Offsite: See description for location
Questions?
Taryn Edwards - 415-393-0103

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