Nathan James, Instrument Maker/ Musician, Tuesday, April 4, at 6 PM

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Instrument Maker/ Musician

Tuesday, April 4, 6 PM

Yes, we are returning to 6 PM


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Don Winslow will be the speaker for the 2017 annual meeting.

Don Winslow 2017 BThe Friends of the Julian library are pleased to be featuring internationally acclaimed author and local resident Don Winslow as the speaker for the annual meeting being held on Saturday, February 25 at 1:00 PM at the Julian Library.  Winslow will be speaking about story structure for writers, readers, and film-goers.

Don Winslow is a New York Times bestselling author. His most recent novel, The Cartel, was awarded the LA Times Book Award, the Steel Bajjer Award, and slated as a film directed by Ridley Scott.  Locally Don is known for his involvement in theater by directing and adapting plays for younger performers. These include A Christmas Carol, the Shakespeare play at Spencer Valley School and musical and theatrical productions at Julian High School.

Winslow has written seventeen novels, including The Kings of Cool, Savages, The Winter of Frankie Machine and the highly acclaimed epic, The Power of the Dog.  Two of his books have been made into movies and four others are listed as “pre-production” or “in development.” 

Come hear some of Winslow’s tricks of the trade and support the Friends of the Julian Library.


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The Mari Black Trio- Wednesday, November 16 at 1 PM









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Gregory Page returns again to preform his songs for us on July 5th @ 6PM

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From Wikipedia about Gregory Page 

Gregory Page is an American and Irish singer, songwriter, guitarist, cabaret artist, record producer and filmmaker. He was born in London, England on Easter Sunday in 1963. His Armenian and Irish parents met while they were on tour with their bands en route to the Middle East. His Irish Mother was the lead singer in the all-girl group “The Beat-Chics”, who opened four concerts for The Beatles in Spain, August 1965. According to an interview with KGTV reporter Phil Konstantin, Gregory showed little interest in academic or business studies as a boy. However, he was always fascinated listening to 78 rpm records on his grandfather’s phonograph. Upon arriving in the United States, he began a series of odd jobs, including as a cab driver and cook. He also began tirelessly writing and recording his own brand of music. It is easy to observe that the voice and music of Al Bowlly had a definite effect on Page’s career.

According to Page: “The tightrope my music teeters upon is the struggle between tradition & progress, history & fantasy. I am the songbird & the worm.”

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Miss Erika Davies & Ed Kornhauser, Tuesday, June 7th, 6:00 pm

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