Upcoming Events with Hobblebush Authors
Sandy Bothmer at YCD Holistic Healing
Tuesday, May 12, 6:30 PM
YCD Holistic Healing
1 Prospect Street
Nashua, NH 03060
Becoming Peaceable with Sandy Bothmer, M.Ed
We will explore a number of practices to assist you in bringing ease and vitality to your body, mind, and emotions, including breathing patterns, hand gestures (mudras), spirals, and labyrinths, to name a few. More information and how to register for this workshop can be found here.
Sandy Bothmer at the Sunday Granite State Authors Series
Sunday, May 15
345 Route 101
Amherst, NH 03031
Reception: 3:00 PM
Reading: 3:30 PM
Meet the Author: 4:15 PM
Join us as Sandy reads from her book, Creating the Peaceable Classroom, and demonstrates techniques she has found useful in the classroom and home. Sandy's book will be available for purchase (at a 50% discount!) and she will sign copies and answer questions after the reading. This event is free and open to all. If possible, please RSVP.
John Perrault at the Nesmith Library
Wednesday, May 20, 6 PM
8 Fellows Road
Windham, NH 03087
Jefferson's Dream, the program celebrates in story and song (guitar and vocals) the lives of eight great Americans who embody the values of the Declaration of Independence: Jefferson, Harriet Tubman, Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Thoreau, Ida B. Wells, and Eleanor Roosevelt.
A quintessential arts/education event, the program engages the audience with our founding values by means of ballads on each historical figure. In addition to John's guitar and vocals, the presentation features
commentary and discussion on the lives and times of these great Americans.
Dan Szczesny at The Cozy Tea Cart
Saturday, May 20, 2 PM
The Cozy Tea Cart
104 New Hampshire 13
Brookline, NH 03033
Dan Szczesny will read from his book The Nepal Chronicles: Marriage, Mountains, & Momos in the Highest Place on Earth, and show photos from his wedding in Kathmandu and from his honeymoon trek to Everest Base Camp. The presentation will include an overview of the tragic events of the recent earthquake in Nepal and a look ahead at how the country can recover and how we can help relief efforts. Tea and treats will be served.
Find more author events in your area by checking our online calendar (updated daily!)