You are cordially invited and subliminally coerced to attend any of three (free!) events that we are having to celebrate the release of The Book. Yes, they are all in Lexington, KY; no, we don't yet know if we're going to be sent forth to anywhere interesting. (But we promise to tell you as soon as we know if we are!)
Friday, December 7, 8pm-11pm
Release party at 3rd Street Cafe
We wrote most of the book there, so it's only right that we return to celebrate its release. Pat Gerhard, the owner and proprietress of 3rd Street Stuff, is graciously letting us take over the cafe and providing free refreshments. Renée and Zabet will be on hand to sign books (or sell you one if you haven't already got one - we're not as cheap as Amazon but we're cheaper than JoBeth and BN). There will be general asshattery, a door prize, and some crafty stuffs.
Saturday, December 8, 1pm-4pm
Signing at Joseph-Beth
We'll be at JoBeth (in Lexington Green, where Nicholasville Rd. and New Circle meet), signing books and showing off finished projects from the book. Zabet's mother (the Crazy Garden Lady) has promised to show up and embarrass her, so you know you don't want to miss it!
Saturday, December 8, 7pm-9pm
Afterpary at ReBelle
Located under Sqecial Media at 371 S. Limestone, the ReBelle girls, Sarah Hood and Robyn Wade, not only own the best damn LYS/hippienatural parenting/gift shop in Lexington, not only let us have parties there, and not only are fucking fantastic in general, they both have awesome projects in The Book! So not only will Renée and Zabet be there to sign (or, again, sell) and schooze with, but two fabulous AntiCrafters will be there as well! To top it off, Raellyn Hatter (la Reine des Pātisseries, if you will remember) is promising us eyeball cake. Only the lame will miss it! There will be more general asshattery, another door prize, and some more crafty stuffs.
has this been pimped to local yarn shops and such? like in cincinnati? or louisville? i was thinking nougat and such...and, there is a lex newsletter with all the arty shit around town that might be interested...