Wednesday, February 3rd, 6:30-8:00pm, via Zoom
Join us for an evening with author Richard Webb. In his book, ‘Boats Against the Current,’ Webb explores the possibility that Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald’s honeymoon in Westport in the summer of 1920 was the real inspiration for ‘The Great Gatsby.’ The book is illustrated with a fantastic array of never-before-seen photos, period newspaper clippings, and a myriad of compelling stories about Scott, Zelda, and their fantastically wealthy neighbor.
Click here to register, and we will send you information on how to log-in and use Zoom a day or two before the program. This presentation will not be recorded.