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"PARADE": Community Lecture and Performance  

Emmi MacIntyre
2 p.m., Saturday March 30 | Free.

 Enjoy an intimate conversation and performance in the Library's Reading Room with the directors and
CCM Musical Theatre cast of PARADE, the musical account of the life and trial of Leo Frank being staged in April at Covington's Carnegie Theatre.


Reservations requested. Open to the public.



Where: Mercantile Library
Phone: 513-621-0717
Address: 414 Walnut St.
Website: www.mercantilelibrary.com

Mercantile Library

414 Walnut St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45202
 
The name refers not to the collection but to the Library's founders, who were young merchants and clerks. Organized in 1835, it's the city's senior library and one of the oldest cultural institutions in the Midwest.
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