Public Monthly Meetings

When: First Saturday of Each Month, 11 a.m. to Noon
Where: Location Moves Around
Who: Writers, readers, librarians and anyone else interested in mysteries and our monthly topic

Former tribal attorney Traci McClellan-Sorell outlines jurisdiction issues when a crime involves an American Indian or an Indian reservation.

Former tribal attorney Traci McClellan-Sorell outlines jurisdiction issues when a crime involves an American Indian or an Indian reservation.

Gritty details make a good mystery come to life. That’s why the Border Crimes Chapter of Sisters in Crime hosts a variety of experts and specialists to talk about their fields.

Recent guest speakers have included a private investigator, a tribal attorney, an art historian, an ACLU attorney, a U.S. Deputy Marshall, a paranormal investigator, and audiobook narrators, as well as renown authors. We even take an occasional field trip!

Our monthly meetings are open to the public and free to attend. Meetings are typically held at one of the branches of the Johnson County Library system in Johnson County, Kansas. Watch the Events at a Glance column or follow us on facebook to get the latest information on meeting topics and locations!

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2 thoughts on “Public Monthly Meetings

  1. Dawn Lantis

    I am a fan of Rys Bowen & would like to attend the event Aug. 6th. I am not a writer but a reader. I do not live locally but would be traveling to attend. Could I please receive more information regarding availability and costs. Thank you!

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