Ending and starting the year with Seanchai Library

Seanchai Library

It’s time to highlight another week of storytelling in Voice by the staff and volunteers at the Seanchai Library. As always, all times SLT, and events are held at the Library’s home unless otherwise indicated. Note that the schedule below may be subject to change during the week, please refer to the Seanchai Library website for the latest information through the week.

Monday, December 30th

13:00-15:00: Live Music from The Dickens Project

  • 13:00: Russell Eponym.
  • 14:00: Grace McDunnough.

19:00: Grey from The Wizard of London

Gyro Muggin’s reads an extract from Mercedes Lackey’s The Wizard of London, the 4th volume in the Elemental Masters series.

Set in a Victorian London where magic is real and Elemental Masters control the powers of Fire, Water, Air, and Earth, the novel follows Lord Alderscroft, Master of the British Elemental Masters Council-the most powerful Fire Master ever to lead the Council. Loosely based on The Snow Queen, The Wizard of London delves into Lord Alderscroft’s youth, when he was bespelled by an evil Elemental Master who hoped to use him for political gain.

In Grey, Sarah Jane is sent from her home in Africa to school in London because her parents felt it would be better for her health. But given the conditions in London, however, she might have been safer in the African jungle.

Tuesday, December 31st 12:00 Noon The Dickens Project

The Last Words: join Dubhna Rhiadra, Patch Linden, Kayden Oconnell, and Caledonia Skytower for the last of the stories from The Dickens Project 2019.

Wednesday, January 1st, 2020: The Dickens Project

The last dance at The Dickens Project:

  • Noon: DJ Aoife spins “Blues with a Brogue”.
  • 14:00: DJ Caledonia spins “Rock Guitar Classics”

Thursday, January 2nd, 2020 19:00: Tikta’ Liktak

A young hunter is trapped on an ice floe and marooned on a barren island. He must survive  freezing weather, an attack by a polar bear, and a long journey to return home.

Shandon Loring reads James Houston’s tale for younger readers (Also in Kitely – grid.kitely.com:8002:SEANCHAI).