Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Sun 2/27 @ 4pm Author Event @ Garth's FBI Agent Robert K Wittman author of Priceless

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"Authoritative and superbly crafted, PRICELESS is absolutely, hands down, the best book ever written on art crime."        - Associated Press

This event benefits the Community Foundation of Delaware County.  Tickets are $30 for the lecture & refreshments:  go to for ticket info or

Beehive Books will be at the event selling books or you can buy them now at the store.  For every copy of Priceless sold through Beehive Books, we will donate a percentage of the proceeds to The Community Foundation of Delaware County.  

Patrice Rancour Reading 1pm Sat 2/26

Winner of the 2010 Non-Fiction Writing Award for the 
Sanctuary for the Arts
There aren't too many of us whose lives haven't been touched in some way by a life-threatening illness; either we, our family members or friends are diagnosed with serious illnesses.  Nurse Patrice Rancour has been working with people facing such illnesses for years. 

Pager Chronicles Vol Two CoverHer poignant vignettes reveal a perfect balance of drama, humor, pathos, and inspiration.

A mental health clinical nurse specialist, Patrice has worked as a clincian, an educator, and a consultant. For more information, check out her website at

 Sanctuary for the Arts...a Center for Creativity...surrounded by the sounds of bird songs and waterfalls where adults have a chance to relax and hear the inner artist above the daily din. 
Sydney Schardt: 740-513-9038
8641 Porter Central Rd
Sunbury, Ohio 43074

Friday, February 4, 2011

Susan Pohlman Reading & Wine Event Tuesday 2/8/11 @ 6:30pm

Book Signing & Reading
Join us for some complimentary Italian wine as Susan Pohlman reads from her inspirational memoir, Halfway to Each Other.

Tired, empty and disillusioned with her married life, Pohlman was about to call it quits with her husband of 18 years. They both decided to take a leap of faith and unexpectedly found love again in a small seaside town in Italy. By simplifying their lives, struggling to learn a foreign language and navigating their Italian lifestyle, the Pohlmans learned to be on the same team again and saved their marriage.