“Helen Keller, A Life Nearly Lost” Presented at Ephraim Village Hall

Noted historical impressionist Jessica Michna will portray “Helen Keller, A Life Nearly Lost” at the Ephraim Village Hall on Aug. 7, 1 – 3 pm.

As part of the Notable Women series, the Ephraim Library Fund, Inc. will host a tea in honor of Helen’s visit. Helen will reminisce about her fascinating life and provide insight into her struggles and triumphs as the first deaf and blind person ever to receive a Bachelor of Arts degree. Helen loved fruit desserts, so the attendees will be treated to blueberry-peach cobbler.

Michna has become widely known for her riveting portrayals of First Ladies and other historic women. She has entertained groups throughout the U.S. and as far away as New Zealand, Japan and Brazil. Michna’s performances are compelling and emotionally enthralling. This is her third performance for the Ephraim Library.

Space is limited, so call ahead to Jane Olson (920.854.7952) to reserve a ticket. Tickets are $20 and proceeds benefit the Ephraim Library.