Jennifer Weiner Live and In-Person on THE SUMMER PLACE
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May 17, 2022 • 7:00 pm$35
The Mark Twain House & Museum is excited to announce this live and in-person discussion on THE SUMMER PLACE, CT native Jennifer Weiner’s new book and love letter to the Outer Cape and the power of home, the way our lives are enriched by the people we call family, and the endless ways love can surprise us. Moderator yet-to-be-announced, so keep an eye out!
When her twenty-two-year-old stepdaughter announces her engagement to her pandemic boyfriend, Sarah Danhauser is shocked. But the wheels are in motion. Headstrong Ruby has already set a date (just three months away!) and spoken to her beloved safta, Sarah’s mother Veronica, about having the wedding at the family’s beach house in Cape Cod. Sarah might be worried, but Veronica is thrilled to be bringing the family together one last time before putting the big house on the market.
The Summer Place is an enthralling, witty, big-hearted, and sharply observed testament to family in all its messy glory; a story about what we sacrifice and how we forgive.
Tickets are $35/$30 for Members. Register today by clicking HERE! Tickets include a signed copy of THE SUMMER PLACE.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Jennifer Weiner is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of nineteen books, including That Summer, Big Summer, Mrs. Everything, In Her Shoes, Good in Bed, and a memoir in essays, Hungry Heart. She has appeared on many national television programs, including The Today Show and Good Morning America, and her work has been published in newspapers and magazines includingThe Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. Jennifer lives with her family in Philadelphia. Visit her online at JenniferWeiner.com.
Programs at The Mark Twain House & Museum are made possible in part by support from CT Humanities; the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development, Office of the Arts; Ensworth Charitable Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee; the Greater Hartford Arts Council’s United Arts Campaign; The Hartford; The Mark Twain Foundation; The National Endowment for the Humanities; and Travelers.