Annual C.S. Lewis Festival, Michigan

By Ajnos Gamgee

The Northern Michigan C.S. Lewis festival held annually in the Petoskey area is fast approaching. Events begin next weekend starting on Thursday 23 October 2014. The main events of this year’s festival include an advanced screening of a new documentary A Quest For Meaning: Myth, Imagination & Faith in the Lives and Literature of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien on Friday 24 October (which will later be broadcast on PBS stations) followed by a discussion with two of the film-makers and one of the actors, and a Saturday Seminar on 25 October with a series of talks by various experts and scholars. Other highlights include theatrical performances of Narnia: The Musical, a screening of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader with an introduction by Walden Media V.P. and producer Randy Testa, a Narnia book and art club, book discussions and a C.S. Lewis writer’s workshop. The festival runs through into next month ending on 24 November. Booking and admission fees are required for some but not all events. For more information visit the C.S. Lewis festival website. Specific details and events with times, venues and admission requirements are listed here.

Original source: Petoskey News

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