Upcoming Event

Spring Breezes Book & Wine Fair
Sponsored by the Apex Arts Council
Saturday, May 21, 2011 – 12:00pm to 5:00pm
Vineyards at Southpoint
8913 NC Highway 751
Chatham County, NC
919-544-6291
A lovely country meadow in spring…
            Books and Authors…
                        Wine tastings…
                                    What more could you ask?
Join us at this very special event, showcasing local authors and subjects, in May at the Vineyards at Southpoint on NC Highway 751 in Chatham County just 16 miles from historic downtown Apex.
Authors expected to attend the event are:
        — Drew Becker – I Fell for Thirteen Dreamers
        — Bob Crowley – The Wanderer of New Hope
        — Marjorie Hudson – Accidental Birds of the Carolinas
        –– Sherry Monahan – Apex: A Picture History (and other titles)
        — Jennifer Tilman – Grooming Tales
        — Heather Wallace – Jordan Lake: A Picture History
        — Tamara Ward – Storm Surge
        — Carolyn Woods – The Aardvark’s Wife
We may have other authors as well.
We will also be graced by the presence of Master Illustrator Derrick Eason. He did the illustrations for many of the books you will see at the event, and be prepared to co-sign your copies along with the authors making them even more valuable.
We will have two bookstores, All Booked Up (Apex) and Paperbacks Plus! (Siler City), on hand for those looking to purchase books by the authors in residence at the event and others.
Be sure to sample some of the fine wines produced right there at Vineyards at Southpoint.  Winemaster Guy Loeffler and his staff will be holding tastings and pleased to discuss wines with you.

We will look forward to seeing you there!

               Best Regards,
Bob
               R.T.Crowley – President
               Apex Arts Council
Post Office Box 1381
Apex, NC  27502
               Email: Crowley3@MindSpring.com
AAC2502@Gmail.com
Web:   www.ApexArtsCouncil.org
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3 responses to “Upcoming Event

  1. Had a great time and look forward to more literary connections with Apex.

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