Saturday, March 3, 2018

Sherlock Talk

Here at the Chelmsford Center for the Arts (who generously donated the space for the event), the Sisters in Crime hosted a great lecture on Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle by aficionado Bob Fritsch, a dedicated Sherlocian, with an extensive collective of things related to the fictional character.

I had talented artist Donna Berger sitting near me, and (sketchy) Bob is what she sketched in just a few minutes. I'm stunned at what some people can produce.

The Center hosts many fun events like this, and is a big part of the arts scene in this area.
Check out their schedule and come take in a show!

So we had some fellow authors and members of the Sisters in Crime. 
Here's Arlene Kay, in the center.
To see an interview with Arlene, click here.

And Ursula Wong (center)
To see an interview with Ursula, click here.

And Edith Maxwell with our presenter
To see an interview with Edith, click here.

And Lisa Haselton, who made the event happen, and worked to get us the green light

There were prizes galore

Our first winners!


Tasty snacks were provided

Both Bob and I belong to the Nashua Mystery Book Club.
Here some of the members come out in support

And the crowd was happy to hear about a favorite subject, and we all learned quite a bit more about the most popular detective in the world!

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