Below is a list of our upcoming programs. New programs are added regularly, so come back often to check for updates, or click here to sign up for program updates. Please remember to confirm your email address.

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March 13:

Little Squirrels Storytime

Tuesday, March 13, 10:30 a.m.

On the second Tuesday of each month, AWM welcomes preschool-age children in its Children’s Literature Gallery. Read books, play with other children, and hear a story from the museum’s dedicated volunteers. 

Children’s Literature Gallery. Preschool-age children w/ caregiver.

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March 13:

Tuesday First Books: Erin Banco

Tuesday, March 13, 6 p.m.

For her novel Pipe Dreams,  reporter Erin Banco traveled to oil-rich Kurdistan to uncover the elements that have led to the plundering of Iraq’s oil wealth. Banco will appear in discussion with Danny Postel, Assistant Director of the Middle East and North African Studies program at Northwestern University.

Reader’s Hall. General public.

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March 18:

Surprise Bookshelf Series: Kate Moore

Sunday, March 18, 5:30 p.m.

The Radium Girls explores the strength of extraordinary women in the face of almost impossible circumstances and the legacy they left behind. Moore follows the women who worked with the new substance called radium, providing a “fascinating yet tragic” view of the “shining girls.”

Reader’s Hall. General public.

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March 20:

Surprise Bookshelf Series: Martin Amis

Tuesday, March 20, 6:30 p.m.

Martin Amis reads from The Rub of Time, his new collection of several decades of essays and reportage on politics and literature, Nabokov and Bellow, Travolta and Trump. Amis’ keen intellect and unrivaled prose shed light on a wide array of topics.

Reader’s Hall. General public.

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