Ron Eifert, assistant director of the Sikeston Public Library, and Sue Tangeman, director, set up a display with some of Mark Twain's written works to promote "A Visit with Mark Twain." The performance will be Tuesday at the library.
Scott Welton, Staff
SIKESTON -- While it sounds hard to fathom, Mark Twain is as entertaining today as he was during his own lifetime.
"A Visit with Mark Twain," scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Sikeston Public Library, features the award-winning portrayal of the iconic American author and humorist Samuel Langhorne Clemens by Branson impersonator Dave Ehlert.
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