Mark Twain to be portrayed at Mt. Laurel Library on May 18

According to the library, Twain will ramble on about boyhood memories, the book publishing business, life on the Mississippi and frogs.

Mark Twain (as portrayed by storyteller Charles Kiernan) will visit the Mt. Laurel Library on May 18.

According to the library, Twain will ramble on about boyhood memories, the book publishing business, life on the Mississippi and frogs.

However, library officials say Twain mostly likes to talk about the river.

In addition, library officials say there will be time after the presentation to ask Twain questions.

No registration is required to attend this event.

“Mark Twain Reflects” will take place at the Mt. Laurel Library on May 18 from 1 to 2 p.m. in the library’s Meeting Room No. 1 and No. 2 combined.

For more information, visit the library’s website at www.mountlaurellibrary.org.