Mailing List LoganberryPressReleases@logan.com Message #32
From: Harriett R. Logan <harriett@logan.com>
Subject: Loganberry Books: Dec/Jan/Feb 2006-07 Calendar
Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2006 17:19:03 -0500
To: <LoganberryPressReleases@logan.com>
Loganberry Books
Events Calendar   December / January / February  2006-07
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Thursday, December 7
The Antique Maps of
John Cary and Alvin Jewitt Johnson
Annex Gallery Opening Reception
John Cary (1754-1835) began work as an engraver and set up business in London as a map publisher. He became one of the most prolific mapmakers of his time and was the first engraver to produce maps of utility by breaking the trend of highly decorative maps. Cary produced his maps for reference and practical use, compared to many of his predecessors whose maps had been produced as much as for works of art as for geographical reference. Alvin Jewitt Johnson (1830s-1880s) followed in the footsteps of mapmakers like Cary and Colton, producing high-quality and useful maps and atlases.  Examples of both their work will on display and for sale in the Annex Gallery during December, many beautifully framed.
Show continues through December 30.
Background information on John Cary and Alvin Jewitt Johnson

Saturday, December 9, 1-3pm
Amy Friedman, Tell Me a Story
Folktale CD Signing
Eight magical folktales by Amy Friedman, read by eight of stage and screen's most talented actors, with music by renowned composer Laura Hall and directed by Lori Ada Jaroslow, will delight listeners from 5 to 95. From the banks of the mighty Mississippi to a sparkling stream in Kyoto, from the misty moors of Scotland to Africa's folktale forests, you'll be transported as legendary heroes, mythical maidens and talented tricksters weave their magic. The compilation is funny, wise, and richly compelling. Winner of the 2006 National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA) and the 2006 Parents' Choice Silver Honor Award.  Come meet nationally syndicated columnist Amy Friedman, hear some tales, and buy the CD for all the kids on your shopping list. 
http://www.mythsandtales.com/

Thursday, December 21, 7pm
N.O.B.S. Forums
Show and Tell Session

Bring your biblio treasures and tell us their stories…  then hear what the local experts, dealers, and afficianados think.   Just in time for the holidays!  Bought something great for your spouse?  Learn more about it before the presentation day.  And crow a little about your great find with those who love a good story, and especially, a good book.
http://www.nobsweb.org/

Thursday, January 4, 6-8pm
Leena Nevalainen-Smith:  Soulful Silence
Annex Gallery Opening Reception
Leena Nevalainen-Smith is a Finnish-born artist, now living in Shaker Heights. She has an interest in the individual human experience. Her favorite subject is people frozen in an emotionally charged moment in time, often inspired by news from around the world. Leena’s medium is relief printing, including linocuts, woodcuts, as well as resingrave engraving.
image of Explainer

Thursday, January 18, 7pm
N.O.B.S. Forums

Jim Best:  Illustrated Books
Jim Best is a long-time collector and dealer of rare books.  He has studied and collected the best of the best in 20th century illustrated books, and will bring his top ten list, with examples, to this talk on fine illustrated books.
http://www.nobsweb.org/

Friday, January 26, 8pm
Shaker Heights Arts Council
AHA!  At Home with the Arts

SHAC returns to Loganberry Books with a fundraising evening full of performing artists:  music, poetry, dance, and singing.  More details to follow closer to date (or email for tentative line-up and other details).
http://www.shakerartscouncil.org/

Saturday February 17, 1-3pm
Judith Petres Balogh, Sunset
Booksigning
Sunset is the fifth book by former Aurora/Shaker Heights resident Judith Petres Balogh. The author was an educator and administrator in the US Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DODDS) in Germany, where she taught classes for the gifted children. After working a few years as school administrator, early retirement followed. She and her husband now live in Ohio and in Hungary, where they converted a "disaster area" into a lovely home (described in This Old House By The Lake).  The Hungarian Academy of Arts and Science in Cleveland awarded her book The Countess and Her Daughter a medal for outstanding literary efforts.  She is pleased to introduce her new novel Sunset, about women bound by deep friendship, ignoring the burdens of age and of life accidents, defying loneliness and arthritis, and each in her own, unique way giving new meaning to life.
http://trafford.com/  

** Further information and pictures are available for all events listed.  Just ask! **

peace,
Harriett
harriett@logan.com


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