In April 1962, President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy hosted 49 Nobel Prize winners at a famed White House dinner. In attendance were John Glenn, Robert Frost, James Baldwin, Katherine Anne Porter, John Dos Passos, Pearl Buck, and many other prominent scientists, artists, and writers.
Local author and historian Joseph A. Esposito recounts the largest and most important dinner of the Kennedy era in vivid detail and what it can teach us today. Join him for a discussion and book signing, and immerse yourself in Dinner in Camelot.
Recommended for adult readers.