An Extremely Serious Event

. June 30, 2019.
Richard Retyi presents The Book of Ann Arbor

Local author Richard Retyi presents The Book of Ann Arbor: An Extremely Serious History Book, published by Ann Arbor District Library’s Fifth Avenue Press. Learn about all the craziest moments in Ann Arbor’s history, from a parade for a Japanese suicide submarine in 1943 to the Naked Mile, a tradition started in the ‘80s by U of M students on their last day of classes. Includes audience Q and A and book signing.

7pm | Tuesday, July 9
Literati Bookstore | 124 E. Washington St.
literatibookstore.org

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