Mailing List Message #49
From: Harriett Logan <>
Subject: Loganberry Books Aug/Sept/Oct 2008 Calendar
Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2008 14:55:18 -0400
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Loganberry Books
Events Calendar   August / September / October  2008


Monthly events:
first Thursdays, 6-8pm:  Annex Gallery opening reception with the artist
second Thursdays, 7-9pm: 
Gene's Jazz Hot
third Thursdays, 7pm: 
N.O.B.S. Forums
fourth Thursdays, 7pm:  book club meetings --
Bloomsday Club, Austeniana Club


L'Atelier d'Arte:  Objet d'Arte
Annex Gallery Opening Reception
Thursday, August 7, 6-8pm
~ first Thursdays ~
Three Shaker Heights artists, Maurice Perkins, Minako Akamine Wreen and Joy Cusi Griffith, share a studio and creative inspirations together.   Their backgrounds and mediums are rather different however, so you can enjoy diverse outcroppings of their artistic aspirations and cultural influences.  Come meet the artists, enjoy international refreshments, and encounter something new.  Show runs August 7-September 1.

Gene's Jazz Hot:  In Concert
Thursday, August 14, 7pm-9pm
~ second Thursdays ~
Gene's Jazz Hot features Gene Epstein on bass, Seth Rosen on guitar and mandolin, Bill Kenney on clarinet, and the swooning vocals of Peggi Cella.  Call it swing, call it jazz, or just call it sweet divine and come take a load off while listening to a hometown favorite band.    Donations for the band gladly accepted.

Limited Editions Club
N.O.B.S. Forums 
Thursday, August 21, 7pm
~ third Thursdays ~
The Limited Editions Club commissioned famous artists to illustrate old classics, and then issued them on top-quality paper and printing and in beautiful bindings.  All were numbered and signed by the illustrator (sometimes by the book designer), and available only by subscription.  Begun in 1929, the club soon earned a devoted following, and has since become quite desirable amongst collectors.  But they're all different, and there is a range of quality and rarity in the LEC history.  Presentation by Jack Belcher, longtime NOBS member and LEC collector.   $3 suggested donation.

Book Club Meetings: Bloomsday Club & Austeniana Club
Thursday, August 28, 7pm

The Bloomsday Club will tackle Chapter 13 of James Joyce's Ulysses.  The Austeniana Club will be discussing the earliest Austen sequel published: Old Friends and New Fancies written by Sybil G. Brinton in 1913
.  Newcomers welcome anytime.

Larchmere Sidewalk Sale
Saturday, August 30, 11am-5pm
~ Labor Day weekend ~
It only happens twice a year:  the grand sidewalk sale of Larchmere Boulevard, with sales and specials galore.  With over 40 independent merchants, there's something for everyone, and a great sample of local businesses at work.  20% off all books at Loganberry Books!  Come for the sales, stay for the ambiance.

The Nature of Calligraphy
Annex Gallery Opening Reception
Thursday, September 4, 6-8pm
~ first Thursdays ~
A well-known artist in Hong Kong, who specializes in calligraphy and nature scenes, makes his American debut at the Annex Gallery.  Show runs September 4-29.

Gene's Jazz Hot:  In Concert
Thursday, September 11, 7pm-9pm
~ second Thursdays ~
Think of it: an easy evening with happy jazz, surrounded by friends and tons of books.  What could be better?  Bring a friend, make a night of it.  Grab some eats from a local Larchmere eatery, and listen to Gene's Jazz Hot in their favorite acoustic venue.  Then sit back and enjoy the show.   Donations for the band gladly accepted.

Bob Baris:  Printing and Farming
N.O.B.S. Forums 
Thursday, September 18, 7pm
~ third Thursdays ~
Bob Baris is the proprietor of Press on Scroll Road. There he makes small editions of the authors he most admires. He designs, handsets type, prints on dampened handmade papers in a pair of iron handpresses. Most commonly the books are illustrated with commissioned wood engravings and bound by Priscilla Spitler at Hands on Bookbinding. His work can be found in the libraries of many major institutions and private collectors and viewed at Bob will discuss the beginnings of his press, its evolution, what he chooses to print and why, and discuss a year at the press on his farm.   $3 suggested donation.

Tonya Huffman: Spreading the Gossip
Book Signing
Saturday, September 20, 1-3pm

Clarice was an intelligent, well-respected student at her elementary school until she finally got her wish and became part of the popular crowd. But when Clarice became popular, she didn't just gain a new set of friends and fashion sense; she got a new gossiping habit. As Clarice rises to popularity, she falls to resentment and guilt. In Spreading the Gossip, Clarice learns the hard way that her new friends taught her a bad habit when she sees and feels the consequences of gossiping. New author Tonya M. Huffman teaches children and reminds adults that theres nothing popular when it comes to Spreading the Gossip.  Tate Publishing, 2008, paperback, $8.99. 

Book Club Meetings: Bloomsday Club & Austeniana Club
Thursday, September 25, 7pm

The Bloomsday Club valiantly progresses to Chapter 14 of James Joyce's Ulysses.  The Austeniana Club discusses some popular spin-off sequels by Julia Barrett:  The Third Sister a
nd Presumption.   Newcomers welcome anytime.

Shaker Arts Council:  Visual Vibes
Annex Gallery Opening Reception
Thursday, October 2, 6-8pm
~ first Thursdays ~
The Shaker Arts Council has been sponsoring October art-around-town shows for several years now, in addition to their Sounds Around Town series, Summer Solstice, and At Home with the Arts programs.  This year, Visual Vibes comes to Loganberry Books, featuring a group show of several Shaker Heights artists.  Artists range from the professional, academic, to hidden treasures, but one thing they have in common is their pride to call Shaker Heights home.  Come meet the artists during the Opening Reception on October 2nd, and visit the show anytime from October 2-November 3. 

Gene's Jazz Hot:  In Concert
Thursday, October 9, 7pm-9pm
~ second Thursdays ~
October marks one year of Gene's Jazz Hot performing at Loganberry on second Thursdays!  Come help us celebrate this milestone, and keep us all grooving along.  Your soul needs a night off, and the sweet anniversary snacks and drinks will be provided!   Donations for the band gladly accepted.

Advance Film Screening:  Paperback Dreams
N.O.B.S. Forums 
Thursday, October 16, 7pm
~ third Thursdays ~
Come watch Paperback Dreams, a short film documentary featuring the business lives of two renowned independent bookstores:  Cody's Books and Kepler's Books (both in California).  The film is scheduled to air on PBS sometime in November.  However, it really is a conversation starter, so come see it with friends and bibliophiles.  What better company to see a documentary about bookstores than in a bookstore?  Cody's and Kepler's are both legendary bookstores, and while their legacies may be unique, their recent struggles are not.  Cody's has closed since the making of this film, but Kepler's lives on.   $3 suggested donation.

Book Club Meetings: Bloomsday Club & Austeniana Club
Thursday, October 23, 7pm

The Bloomsday Club continues with James Joyce's Ulysses, now past the half-way mark!  The Austeniana Club discusses some popular spin-off sequels by Julia Barrett:  The Third Sister and Presumption.   Newcomers welcome anytime.

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


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