Thursday, October 13, 2011

Nonesuch Festival

We will be at the 4th Annual Nonesuch Days @ Camp on the Kentucky in Versailles this weekend selling "Harrodsburg (Images of America)," as well as a few of my chapbooks: "Care and Feeding of Nightmares" and "Bobbi's Mercer Memories Vol. I and II." Come on out and see us!

The address is Camp Ground - 5486 Cummins Ferry Road - Versailles, KY 40383 - from 10am until 5pm.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Arts Council of Mercer County Fall Arts Festival

Our booth at the Harrodsburg Fall Arts Festival

The Arts Council of Mercer County held their 3rd annual Fall Arts Festival this weekend at Old Fort Harrod State Park.  This is the first year the show has ran for 2 days, Saturday and Sunday.  In addition to wonderful entertainment by storytellers, bands and singers, there were numerous art vendors, as well as plenty of activities for the children.
Enjoying the beautiful day

We had a good weekend selling the book.  Thank you to everyone who came out and bought a copy of Harrodsburg (Images of America) and the chapbooks Bobbi's Mercer Memories Vol. I and II.  We also would like to thank the people who came out for Debra Watts' new childrens' book CARter CAR and His Wild and CARazy Birthday; she had a great weekend as well.

Blueberry Cobbler Soy Candle from CHL Scented Creations

Also, our new friends Lisa and Cricket - the Candle Ladies - from DHL Scented Creations, where there with their delicious smelling soy candles, tarts and air fresheners.  It's nice to kick back with good friends and have a great time.

Cricket with 2 of my chapbooks and a Monkey Sock hat from the Mad Hatter

Thank you ACMC for a great fall weekend and a great Fall Arts Festival!

Black Leather air fresheners from CHL Scented Creations


Saturday, October 8, 2011

Harrodsburg Fall Arts Festival

Today was the first day of the Arts Council of Mercer County Fall Arts Festival in Harrodsburg, and what a beautiful day it was!  The temperature was nice, the sun was shining and we had a nice trickle of customers all day.

Thanks to the Friends of Fort Harrod and the Arts Council of Mercer County for a wonderful event.  Thanks to the Boys Scouts for the wonderful, delicious, to die for cobbler!  Here's to another wonderful day on Sunday!


Sunday, October 2, 2011

1st Annual Pioneer Car Classic

We braved the bitter cold and raw wind yesterday to make a presence at the 1st Annual Pioneer Car Classic. Debra Watts, who has written a very cute children's book "CARter CAR and His Wild and CARazy Birthday," also joined us at our booth.

We sold a few books and got to hear the music, especially from Studio G's High Heels and Sneakers group, and see all the beautiful old cars. My dad had his old Turquoise car there - I'm not even sure what kind or model it is, but it is a beauty!

All photos are the copyright of my wonderful husband, Keith Rightmyer. Thanks sweetie!