Posted by on Mar 9, 2012 in News, Upcoming Events | 0 comments

Sunday, April 15 starting at 3:00 pm, the Haverford Township Free Library will swell with the traditional sounds of Yiddish song and the Klezmer clarinet as Susan Leviton accompanied by Ken Ulansey bring Maurice Sendak‘s childhood neighborhood, family, and influences into new focus. The library was chosen as one of 15 across the nation to host a traveling exhibit from the Rosenbach Museum, home of the Sendak archive.  The program will be an interactive, intergenerational Wild Rumpus with costumes, props, and sing-along materials, so if you are anywhere close by, make tracks to Haverford for a truly Sendakian afternoon!

Here’s the link to see everything at the library about the exhibit, which is titled “In the Nutshell: The Worlds of Maurice Sendak.  The exhibit runs through April 20, 2012.

Sendak's In the Night Kitchen


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