Dear Members and Friends of the Lewis Carroll Society of North America,
As you are aware, organizations and institutions are canceling public gatherings as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus. This is to inform you that the LCSNA 2020 Spring Meeting in Cleveland, OH will not be held on the originally scheduled dates of May 8-10, but is rescheduled to Saturday, Oct 3 -Sunday October 4 , and will still be hosted at Case Western Reserve University. Please continue to check the website for additional updates about the LCSNA meeting as we move closer to the new date.
During this period of uncertainty, we look forward to a time where it is safe for us to travel and meet.
I want to thank the Board of Directors, Arnold Hirshon (Vice Provost and University Librarian at Case Western Reserve University and host of the Spring 2020 meeting), and E. Haven Hawley (Chair, Department of Special & Area Studies Collections at the University of Florida and host of the LCSNA 2020 Fall meeting for working together on the LCSNA meeting schedule. I was uplifted by Dr. Hawley’s statement when discussing the future meetings she wrote: "Our partnership now is as part of support for the larger society through postponement.”
If you have questions, please send an email to email@example.com.
We wish good health to all.
Linda Cassady, President and the Board of Directors
Lewis Carroll Society of North America
Maxine & David Schaefer Memorial Reading: Oct 2, 2020
LCSNA Board Meeting: Oct 2, 2020
Dinner and Talk, Hosted by Jon Linseth: Oct 3, 2020
Lewis’ and Alice’s Mother’s (and Other Mother’s) Day Tea Party: Oct 4, 2020
Registration will be announced at a later dateEvent Details »
Join school children from a nearby elementary school to participate in reading a section of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland led by LCSNA members.Event Details »
All members are invited, but space is limited. Please contact the Secretary if you plan on attending.Event Details »
Bus transportation provided
Free; limited number seats
A very special dinner! Immediately after the conclusion of the meeting we will go directly from the Library to the bus to attend an evening event at the Chagrin Valley Hunt Club. There will be an after-dinner presentation by Mark Burstein: "The Literary Englishman and the Scientific American: Lewis Carroll’s Appearances in ‘Mathematical Games.’” There is no charge, but advanced registration is required.Event Details »
Celebrate the lives of Alice’s mother (Lorina Hanna Liddell, née Reeve) and Alice Liddell Hargreaves herself as a mother of three sons (Alan Knyveton, Leopold Reginald "Rex," and Caryl Liddell). Dampeer Room at the Kelvin Smith Library. Registration required no later than 28 April.Event Details »