Sold-out crowd enjoys evening with Lewis Carroll
DENTON — A Literary Evening with Lewis Carroll delighted a sold-out crowd at the Caroline County Public Library in Denton with an evening of good food, entertainment, words and wit.
An enthusiastic cast of characters, including Alice, Tweedle Dee, Tweedle Dum, the Mad Hatter and the White Rabbit brought a selection of Carroll’s writings to life.
Local quilters entered Alice in Wonderland-themed quilts and wall hangings in a quilt contest. Linda Donahue’s “Ms.” won the award for Most Artistry, and Helen Rolling’s “Tea Time” won the Most Craftsmanship award. Monica Agapaloglou’s “More Tea” won the Most Whimsical award and was voted the People’s Choice by the event’s audience.
Both Donahue’s quilt and Lisa Orendorf’s “Tea Time Highlights” were donated to the Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore (FACES) for a silent auction. All the quilts are on view through Nov. 24 at the Fiber Arts Center at 7 N. Fourth St., Denton.
This annual program is co-sponsored by the Caroline County Council of Arts and the Caroline County Public Library.
An enthusiastic cast of characters brought a selection of Lewis Carroll’s writings to life at a sold-out event recently in Denton.