‘Patchwork’ play onstage at Kegley Lecture April 25

The April Kegley Lecture will feature the Patchwork production, created by Mill Mountain Theatre Conservatory from our Reading Appalachia Children’s Literature exhibit that just ended. This production, written by Jay Briggs and Travis Kendrick of Mill Mountain Theatre, reflects childhood and growing up in Appalachia based on story circles and writings from local children and adults. Actors are in the Conservatory program. Admission for this event is free to both members and non-members, thanks to a Roanoke Arts Commission Grant!  Please join us April 25 at Christ Lutheran Church at 7 pm.



Sandra Kelly

Board Member, Historical Society of Western Virginia Graduate: Hollins University, BA and MALS in English; Virginia Western Community College, AA in Business Administration Profession: Writer, editor