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Borrowing the words of Miss Bates, "It is such a happiness when good people get together—and they always do." Check the JASNA and Non-JASNA event calendars below for opportunities to join others in celebrating Jane Austen.

JASNA Regional Events

JASNA Regions host creative special events that all members of the Society are invited to attend. In many cases, non-members who would like to know more about JASNA are also welcome. (For information on Regional book discussions and other regular meetings, visit a Region's website or contact the Regional Coordinator.) 

Regional Coordinators:
 To promote an upcoming special event, contact JASNA's Vice President for Regions, Liz Philosophos Cooper, at liz.p.cooper@gmail.com.

Non-JASNA Events

The events listed below are a small selection of upcoming events that may be of interest to Janeites. These events are not organized by JASNA or its Regions. 

Jane Austen's PERSUASION Comes to Louisville

Claire Moyer will direct a script-in-hand performance of PERSUASION, a new play by Sarah Rose Kearns, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen, on the afternoon of Saturday, July 14, 2018, at 3:30 PM, in the Victor Jory space at the Actors Theatre of LouisvilleThis original stage adaptation, still in development, has received readings and workshops at such venues as the HB Playwrights Foundationin New York City; Hedgerow Theatre in Rose Valley, Pennsylvania; the University of North Carolina Jane Austen Summer Program; and the Jane Austen Society of North America, New York Metropolitan Region.

Ticket information can be found here.

July 14, 2018

Society in Jane Austen's World: England's Regency Period

Road Scholar, the lifelong learning organization formerly known as Elderhostel, will offer a 6-day "learning adventure" in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, focusing on the world of Jane Austen — both the world of her novels and the Regency period in which she lived. Participants will discuss themes of gender, social hierarchy, courtship and gossip, and will "partake in a variety of activities suitable for well-off ladies and gentlemen, from writing with a quill pen to lawn games, archery and table play readings."

For more information, visit the Road Scholar websiteprogram # 22358.


CHOICE OF DATES: AUGUST 26-31, 2018, or
SEPTEMBER 23-28, 2018


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