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Home / Events / Books/Lectures / Did a Woman Write Shakespeare?

Did a Woman Write Shakespeare?

1-3 pm, Sep 05, 2013 | $10
 

Shakespearean scholar, Robin Williams, speaks.



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Other events in Books/Lectures

Music! Movement! and Stories!

Saturday, Feb 28, 2015
This event is fun for all ages, so come on down.
11 am-noon | free

Bee Hive Kids Books

328 Montezuma Ave.
Map

Jeffrey Harrison and Nick DePascal

Sunday, Mar 01, 2015

These poets will read from their works. 

4 pm | free

Collected Works Bookstore

202 Galisteo St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Muse Times Two

Sunday, Mar 01, 2015
Up-and-coming poets Jeffrey Harrison and Nick DePascal present their original works.
4 pm | free

Collected Works Bookstore

202 Galisteo St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Also At

American Triptychs, Sketches from Syria, KalĂłs

Saturday, Feb 28, 2015

Norman Mauskopf's late 20th-century Americana photography, David Scheinbaum's experimental developing techniques and Tony O' Brien's photos of refugee camps in Jordan combine for a group show. Through April 18

gallery hours | free


American Triptychs, Sketches from Syria, KalĂłs

Sunday, Mar 01, 2015

Norman Mauskopf's late 20th-century Americana photography, David Scheinbaum's experimental developing techniques and Tony O' Brien's photos of refugee camps in Jordan combine for a group show. Through April 18

gallery hours | free


American Triptychs, Sketches from Syria, KalĂłs

Monday, Mar 02, 2015

Norman Mauskopf's late 20th-century Americana photography, David Scheinbaum's experimental developing techniques and Tony O' Brien's photos of refugee camps in Jordan combine for a group show. Through April 18

gallery hours | free


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