Read Between The Vines Wrap Up

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The Foundation would like to thank everyone for stopping by on Saturday for Read Between The Vines! It was a lovely day in many respects, from the weather to the company. Working with Snus Hill Winery was fabulous and we hope they agree to let us return for other events.

We had authors from various parts of the Midwest, some driving from as far away as Nebraska and Illinois. All of them were a delight to work with and we hope they enjoyed their time with us. We encourage you to seek them and their books out!

Gallery of photos from the event:

We had a great time at Read Between The Vines, and felt it to be a successful first-time venture. With your support we can continue to bring you great programing and events.

Ann Morris
Bob Dunbar
Darrel Day
Maggie Rivers
C. Deanne Rowe
Dennis Green
Rob Cline
Lennox Randon
Cheryl Corbin
Erik Therme
Malynda McCarrick
Tamara Jones
E. Allison
Thomas Holka
Emily Whitaker
Maria Watson
Micki Fredricks
Cassie Leigh
Maggi Myers
Dick Enos
Bartenn Mills
Dennis Maulsby
Savannah Verte
Marilyn Baszczynski
A.R. Miller
Kellina Kilts
Aaron Bunce
Joyce Knock
Ally Shields

As always, your comments and suggestions are welcome.

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Read Between The Vines

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What’s better than a good book and a glass of wine? A winery filled with writers!

Join us for an afternoon of conversation with writers, from all over the Midwest, at Snus Hill Winery. It’s a great chance to start your holiday shopping, with everything from comic books to biographies, you’ll find something to satisfy the reader on your list. And don’t forget the wine! Snus Hill’s award winning blends are the perfect companion to a great book.

Keep an eye on both the Foundation’s website, Facebook page, and event page for information about attending authors.

When: Saturday, September 17th

Where: Snus Hill Winery

What Time: Noon-5pm

This event is free of charge, but donations to the Foundation are appreciated.

Your donations allow us to continue to bring you great programing.

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