Join us for an evening exploring Scranton’s influence on one of America’s most important urban activists, Jane Jacobs. Glenna Lang, author of Jane
Join us for an evening exploring Scranton’s influence on one of America’s most important urban activists, Jane Jacobs.
Glenna Lang, author of Jane Jacobs’s First City: Learning from Scranton, will be presenting a never-before-seen look into the life of Jane Jacobs and her time in Scranton.
A book signing by the author will follow this event. A separate registration is needed to join the book signing.
This event will be hosted in-person at the People’s Security Bank Theater at Lackawanna College – 501 vine Street, Scranton, Pa 18509.
Admission is free with limited seating. All attendees must wear face masks covering the mouth and nose and practice social distancing at the event.
All attendees will be sent a health screening survey in their email the day of the event.
This event is presented by AIA Northeastern Pennsylvania – a chapter of the American Institute of Architects and the Scranton Public Library. Other partners include Center for the Living City, Marywood University, and Observe Scranton.
Parking is available at the Lackawanna College parking lot.
(Tuesday) 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
People's Security Bank Theater at Lackawanna College
501 Vine Street