Experience the sweet sounds of Celtic music with “Musical Stringman” Paul Imholte during a special ECRL Reads performance at the Mille Lacs Lake Community Library in downtown Isle.
The performance will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25. Imholte performs Irish and Scottish reels and jigs on the fiddle and hammered dulcimer, sings traditional ballads and leads sing-alongs with his guitar and banjo. He uses original songs to echo the experience of Irish emigrants to America. Along with his solo work, Imholte is a founding member of the Celtic/American band Ring of Kerry.
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Join your neighbors and hundreds of people across East Central Minnesota in reading the same book at the same time! The 2nd Annual ECRL Reads features The Fate of Mercy Alban, a spine-tingling, modern-day haunted house story set on Lake Superior by award-winning Minnesota novelist Wendy Webb.
Now through November, East Central Regional Library locations will be buzzing with related events. Get involved in this region-wide program, which also will feature book discussions and author visits by Wendy Webb.
The library has The Fate of Mercy Alban available in multiple formats (print, Book on CD, eAudiobook and eBook).
There are no wait lists or holds for the eAudiobook. Borrow it now!