Author Debra H. Goldstein, Gardening, & Oka Kapassa….Coming To Florence-Lauderdale Public Library

By  | September 6, 2017 | Filed under: News

FLORENCE-Don’t forget about these events coming up in the next two weeks at the Florence-Lauderdale Pubic Library where learning is fun and fun is learning.
Get Dirty at the Library: Seed Saving
Thursday, September 7, 11:30 am
Tired of buying the same seeds and plants every year? Frustrated that you can’t always find the exact variety you prefer? Save yourself money and trouble by saving your own seeds. Taylor Reeder of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System will give tips on how to save, preserve, and plant your seeds.
Oka Kapassa Performance
Friday, September 8, 6:00 pm
The Oka Kapassa festival is hosting a free event at the library on Friday, September 8, at 6:00 pm. The performance features Native American musical group Injunuity, storyteller Amy Bluemel, and hoop dancer Lyndon Alec. Come and enjoy these award-winning artists! Free! Seating will be provided. Sponsored by Alabama State Council on the Arts and Florence-Lauderdale Public Library.
Get Dirty at the Library: Fall Color
Thursday, September 14, 11:30 am
Spring and Summer aren’t the only times you can have beautiful, bright colors in your yard! Taylor Reeder of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System will teach you how to make your landscape burst with color during Autumn.
An Afternoon with Mystery Author Debra H. Goldstein
Sunday, September 17, 2:00 pm
Mystery lovers are invited for a fun afternoon with mystery writer Debra H. Goldstein! Debra draws on her experiences as a judge and litigator—and on her Jewish background as the daughter of a Holocaust survivor—to craft suspenseful and entertaining mystery novels. Her latest book, Should Have Played Poker, follows young corporate lawyer Carrie Martin, who experiences two shocking discoveries: first, that her mother had once considered killing her father, and then that her mother has been murdered. Carrie teams up with a local group of Mah Jongg players to unravel the mysteries of Wahoo, Alabama.

Debra H. Goldstein’s debut novel, Maze in Blue, received a 2012 Independent Book Publisher (IPPY) Award and was reissued as a May 2014 selection by Harlequin Worldwide Mysteries. Her short fiction and nonfiction essays have also been published in multiple anthologies. Over her education and career, Debra has lived in New Jersey, Michigan, New York, and Georgia, but she now lives in Birmingham, AL with her husband.

This event is co-sponsored by Florence-Lauderdale Public Library and the Temple B’nai Israel.

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