Cartoonist Ricardo Siri, who goes by the name Liniers, talks during an interview on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, in his studio at home in Norwich, Vt. (Valley News – Charles Hatcher) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to email@example.com.
You already know it’s gonna be a busy weekend, what with First Friday taking place in White River Junction and all, so let’s get your list started early.
Happening at the Center for Cartoon Studies, starting at 6:30 p.m.: the opening reception of an exhibit by Liniers, the Argentine cartoonist living in the Upper Valley who Valley News staff reporter EmmaJean Holley wrote about last fall.
Details from CCS below and in the Valley News‘ latest edition of Art Notes.
Kane Lynch’s comic is available to read in English or Spanish.
Google it! And read more about Marlene Dietrich here.
Just a couple events that have jumped out at me so far …
1. Center for Cartoon Studies book sale
From the event listing on Facebook:
Upper Valley! The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS) is having a used book sale THIS Friday in conjunction with First Friday in White River Junction. They have hundreds of new and gently used books – mostly graphic novels, but also novels and art books and more!
Doors open at 5 if you’re a CCS alum and 5:30 to the general public. All books are just $1 each, or buy a Schulz Library tote for $20 and fill it up!
2. Snow Ball for LGBTQ Teens at the Junction
From the listing on the Valley Calendar:
A safe, substance-free event for LGBTQ youth (and allies) age 15 (or high school freshman) to 20. Live music, dancing and pizza. A costume or drag is welcome, but not mandatory. Resources for the LBGTQ community will be available.
What are you looking forward to on Friday?
Email me an event link at firstname.lastname@example.org!