TUESDAY, APRIL 11TH
In the summer of 1979, 19-year-old Ted acts out his dream of being a hobo by hitchhiking (and hopping a train) across the U.S.. Ted’s fantasy-fueled trip often collides with reality. The results are hilarious, nerve-racking, and inspiring.
Based on a true story, The Last Hobo is a colorful portrait of America and its people during the dramatic transition from the seventies to the eighties.
An older-and-wiser Ted narrates the tale with a unique perspective: He’s from Detroit, the icon of America’s highest dreams and its worst nightmares.
To register for this free program, please call the Adult Reference Desk:
734-721-7832, ext. 630.