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The Localist Author Visit April 4

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The Localist Author Visit April 4

Come meet the Queen of Shopping Local!

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Shopping Just Got Better – Thanks for Keeping it Local

Posted by on Nov 26, 2014 in In The News | 0 comments

What better place to celebrate the holiday season than in historic Frenchtown along the magnificent Delaware River. We look forward to seeing many of our old friends and to making new ones during this festive time of year. We are kicking off the holiday season by starting our Small Business Saturday promotions on Friday – 20% off all new hardcover books  For every $100 you spend you will receive a $10 gift certificate to use on a future purchase. Extra savings on already discounted items Enter a raffle to win a beautiful alpaca blanket – $180 value! Plus, don’t forget the Frenchtown Shopping Just Got Better customer appreciation program – for every $25 spent in participating stores you are entered in a drawing for a basket of gift cards and other goodies worth ~$500! Another great reason to shop local this holiday season....

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World Explorers Book Club Sept 26

Posted by on Sep 5, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

What is it: A monthly Friday afternoon reading club for kids ages 6ish to 11ish. What do we do: Lots of things, including reading from some of our favorite books. Just bring your imagination. Next meeting: Friday, Sept. 26th at 4pm This month we will create a magical book tree! There is no cost to participate in this fantastic afternoon – snacks included! Email Caroline@bookgarden.biz for more information....

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River Town Radio Theatre

Posted by on Apr 29, 2014 in | 0 comments

Join us as we develop our short series for this coming summer.  The piece we will be working on is called ‘WHAT DAVIDSON HEARD’ which is an updated version of a very old H.G. Well’s piece. Much of the discussion around this piece will entail deciding how many voices we can use (remember, limited spacing at the radio s…tation) and, in a sense, which voices would work best.  Oh, we will also discuss what types of background music and sounds would work best for the piece and then figure out how to meld them into the dialog. We also will be discussing the radio theatre variety show that will include an introductory story line (with an original score), some funny tales/news program, more music and then an original radio piece, just about anything that passes muster.  This program will be taken to a recording studio (too many people are needed to fit into the radio station for a live...

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