Rejebian Series Presents Mary Roberson: The Forensics of Agatha Christie

  • Wednesday, July 24
  • 7:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Wesley Hall

7 24 Author Mary Roberson

A look at the intriguing life and works of Agatha Christie, the First Lady of Mystery and a leader in the use of forensic science in her writings.

Each Rejebian event is free of charge, and no registration is required.

An optional dinner is available at 5:30 pm in Great Hall for $15 per person. Make your dinner reservation online for July 24 or call 214-523-2240. Reserve your place for dinner by 5 pm on the Friday before this event, or call 214-523-2240.

About Mary Roberson

Mary Roberson is a retired Plano ISD Librarian. She recently retired from her second career as a member of the Richland College Adjunct Faculty.

Since retiring from PISD. Mary has had some amazing experiences while volunteering for disaster relief and for the National Park Service. She is probably the only person you know who ever worked as part of a four-person team to dismantle, move, and reassemble a Civil War-era mountain cannon. Mary was a “wheel person.” She also helped write and acted in historical skits as part of the weekly living history programs at Fort Spokane, Washington.

Her love of history and travel combine for wonderful adventures to historical sites. She has visited every state in the United States as well as many international destinations over five continents. Mary is the mother of three grown sons and Nana to eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Parking available at Hillcrest and Meadows garages. More information here.

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