A reminder that on Saturday, September 22, at the Liverpool Public Library at 2 pm, JASNA Syracuse will welcome a good friend from JASNA Rochester as the speaker for our Michaelmas meeting. Professor Emeritus Leo Rockas of the University of Hartford (who now lives in Rochester with his wife, Virginia) will discuss his recent paper in JASNA's Persuasions journal, "When Did Darcy Fall in Love?", and address other questions about Pride and Prejudice. This is the first of several meetings we hope to have on P&P during this, its bicentennial season (it was published in January 1813).
The Liverpool Public Library is located at 310 Tulip St., Liverpool, NY
13088. The Sargent Room is the smaller of the library's two meeting
rooms (the Carman Community Room is the other). The library is easily
reached from both I-81 North (if you're coming from the south) and the
NY State Thruway:
From I-81, travel north from the junction
with I-690, follow the signs for the Liverpool exits (near Carousel
Center), and select the exit for NY Rt. 370 (Onondaga Lake Parkway).
Take 370 along Onondaga Lake into the village of Liverpool, and stay
on it as it angles slightly to the left and also becomes 2nd St. in
the village. The library is on the corner of Tulip St. and 2nd
From the Thruway (from either direction), take Exit 38
(Liverpool/County Rt. 57). Travel south on 57 into the village, and
take a right on Tulip St. (57 curves left at just about this point).
Come down Tulip to 2nd St./370.
There is a small underground
parking garage (entrance on Tulip), and ample free on-street parking
is also available on Tulip and elsewhere. So we trust that your
coachmen will be agreeably accommodated--and we hope you'll join us and Leo on