A book signing may sound glamorous, but mine went like this: I woke up in the middle of the night and stayed awake for three hours, I hoped that the person who was to pick up refreshments would be on time, but he wasn’t, I hoped that those who said they would attend would do so,
Pasadena Museum of Modern Art. Still, it’s one of the coolest places to go to. I was there last Friday evening when they had poet readings given by Red Hen Press. Red Hen is a local non-profit publisher.
Join writer Linda LaRoche as she discusses and signs her novel, Dust Unto Shadow
Saturday June 10, Sierra Madre Library 2:00 PM
The Brand Library has Art Galleries and a Recital Hall, where art exhibitions are hosted and classical concert performances are given. The setting is surrounded by a magnificent verdant park, hiking trails, and a Japanese garden.
All that comes with the season, is better than I remembered. I shall miss it when it’s over. For years I cursed the winter, I never knew it could actually be so warm.
Over the week-end I attended the annual Conscious Life Expo that brings together a dynamic and eclectic community of speakers, exhibitors, artists, and visionaries for a four-day exploration on how to transform your life in the areas of health, spirituality and lifestyle.