Don McNeill, a Mark Twain impersonator, will visit the East Regional Library Sunday Dec. 4 at 2 p.m.
McNeill has been a fan of the Missouri writer and humorist since he was a child and now travels to venues where he impersonates Twain. Similar in appearance to Twain, McNeill interprets Twains writings, public remarks and mannerisms. He has appeared at more than 50 events as Twain.
In 2014, McNeill was named the 2014 Humorous Speech champion after delivering a Twain-inspired speech. Like Twain, McNeill, who now lives in Raleigh, is a native Missourian.
The event at the East Regional Library is free. McNeill will appear a week later at the Cameron Village Regional Library.