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From: Harriett Logan <>
Subject: Loganberry Books 2009 Year-at-a-Glance Calendar
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 12:47:03 -0400
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Loganberry Books
Events Calendar
:  2009 Year-at-a-Glance

te night Thursdays at Loganberry Books feature some popular ongoing events, so we thought a brief year-long glance might be useful.  Events are subject to change, but there are only two TBA’s listed here.  Future press releases will follow featuring details about these events, but feel free to ask questions or request photos at any time.  Thanks.



First Thursdays, 6-8pm

The Loganberry Books Annex Gallery features a monthly rotation of local artists.  On the first Thursday of every month, the artist hosts an opening reception to talk about the work and to greet friends, customers and art afficianados.  Light refreshments served; free.  The artwork remains on display and for sale until the end of the month.  See more at

January 8:   Ann Caywood Brown & Hugh Brown – Pastels, Polaroid Transfers & Poetic Broadsides

February 5:  Gloria K Ritter -- Finding the Words

March 5:     Amy Lewandowski -- Watercolor Paintings

April 2:     Altered Books Group --  Cookbook Project

May 7:       Richard Howell -- Painting & Decorative Arts

June 4:      Flea Market specials

July 2:      Joan Lederer – Portraiture

August 6:    Gene Epstein – Recent Work

September 3: Susan Vincent -- Printmaking

October 1:   Barb Bonchek -- Dizzy Art Show

November 5:  Lauren Pacini -- Enhanced Dynamic Range Photography

December 3:  TBA



Second Thursdays, 7-9pm

Gene's Jazz Hot is Gene Epstein on bass, Seth Rosen on guitar and mandolin, Bill Kenney on clarinet, and the swooning vocals of Peggi Cella.  They've developed quite a local following in one of the best acoustic venues in town. For a sample, visit

Third Thursdays, 7pm

The Northern Ohio Bibliophile Society hosts a monthly Forum to further the conversations about books and various facets of the book world.  To learn more about the non-profit organization, visit  


January 15:  Show and Tell 

February 19:  Ed Vermue:  Special Collections at Work

March 19:  Dick Michel:  George Cruikshank

April 16:  Bill McCullam: Postmodern Literature for Children  

May 21:  Karen Beckwith: Let’s Look at Prints

June 18:  Reene Alley: McGuffey's Readers:  The Myth and the Reality  

July 16:  Show and Tell

August 20:  Susan Heller:  Pages for Sages  

September 17:   Small Press, Independent Publishing and Chapbooks

October 15:  Tom Balbo:  One Year Review of the Morgan Conservatory

November 19:  TBA

December:  no meeting




Fourth Thursdays, 7pm

There are several Book Clubs that have occasional meetings at Loganberry, and others that come and go, but there are currently two mainstay reading groups who meet on a monthly basis at Loganberry Books.  New members or visitors are always welcome.  Visit our homepage for the current reading selection, or visit our online calendar: 


Austeniana Club:  Our on-going reading club devoted to the works of Jane Austen also delves into the biographies, modern sequels and spin-offs, influences, movies and posthumous works.  Led by Sarah Cristy.

Praise the Unsung Book Club:    A reading group dedicated to the obscure, cult favorites, and other diamonds in the rust.  Books will be decided by the group participants.  Led by local author Sarah Willis.


Edible Books Festival:  Saturday, April 4, 1pm
A creative contest:  what is an Edible Book?  The only rule is to make edible art that has something to do with books.  Contest Categories for 2009 (won by popular vote and awarded appropriate books) are:  Most Inspiring,  Most Literary, and Most Delectable.  Free to participate and watch; $3 to vote and eat.  For a taste, visit:

Local Author Book Fair:  Saturday, June 27, 12-4pm
Our third celebration of local authors both nationally famous and homegrown.  The book fair is open to all genres, and both mainstream publishers and print-on-demand.  Held on the same day as the Larchmere Flea Market & Festival.  For last year’s table of contents, visit:


Larchmere Boulevard is one of the last old-world neighborhoods in the city, with over 50 independently-owned businesses.  The annual events, sales, and celebrations keep growing.  For more information, please visit

Taste of Larchmere:  April 16-18
Spring Sidewalk Sale:  Saturday, May 23, 11am-5pm
Larchmere Flea Market & Festival:  Saturday, June 27, 11am-5pm
Summer Sidewalk Sale:  Saturday, September 5, 11am-5pm
Larchmere Holiday Stroll:  Friday-Sunday, November 27-28, 11am-5pm

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


Loganberry Books
13015 Larchmere Boulevard;  Shaker Heights, Ohio 44120;  216.795.9800
Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm;  Thursdays 'til 8pm

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