Welcome This page is the start of your path to information about the Omaha Sherlockian Society, a group of individuals with significant interest in the collection of novels and short stories about Sherlock Holmes and his activities. Although fictional, Mr. Holmes lives on in the minds – and pens (or word processors) of many.
About Us The Omaha Sherlockian Society was originally organized by Carl Wirth in October 2010. The group became a scion society of the Baker Street Irregulars on October 24, 2016. It meets on the second Saturday of each month. Meetings usually begin with notes of recent events of interest to Sherlockians, and then proceed to a discussion of either a story from the Canon, or a pastiche. The stories from the Canon are currently covered in the order in which it is expected they were written. As you might expect, during the pandemic our meetings have been almost exclusively remote using Zoom to provide video and audio of the members. But we still manage to meet every month.
Our next meeting will be held on June 11, 2022 in the large meeting room of the Milton R. Abrahams Branch of the Omaha Public Library, at 5111 N 90th Street in Omaha.
The plan for the meeting is to discuss the last story in The Sign of Seven (Our Common Correspondent by Lyndsay Faye) and The Beekeeper's Apprentice: or, On the Segregation of the Queen (A Mary Russell Mystery, 1) by Laurie R. King.
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