Sweet Words: Readings and Tastings

May 1, 2013, 5:00 PM
Milky Way (2017 21st Ave.)

First Wednesday of Forest Grove returns May 1 with Sweet Words, Enjoy authors, chocolate and wine.

Sweet Words
Wednesday, May 1
First WEDNESDAY of Forest Grove Returns May 1st with “Sweet WORDS” : Enjoy Authors, Chocolate and Wine
Pacific University at The Milky Way  2017 21st Ave (Next to Maggie’s Buns) proudly presents the following authors:
Brent Johnson. 5.00-5.30 pm
Kathleen Postma 5.30-6.00 pm
Maryka Biaggio 6.00-7.00 pm
Author of Parlor Games:  Historical Fiction, and Willamette Writers and Belle Letters award winner. (Formerly a Pacific Psychology Professor)
Lara Vesta 7.00-7.30 
Darlene Postma 7.30-8.00
Wine: A Blooming Hill Vineyard
Chocolate: Honest Chocolates –Fresh, locally made chocolates
Many thanks to the English Department, the English Club and Aramark for their kind support.
Authors will be presenting their work and signing their books throughout Forest Grove: The Forest Grove City Library. Periscope Book Store, and the Pacific Book Store
Look for:
Kaia Sand: Remember to Wave and City of Portland Archives & Record Center Artist in Residence in The Forest Grove City Library
Michael Steele (Professor Emeritus) Notre Dame Football Encyclopedia in the Pacific Book Store

The public is invited to the Milky Way Building at 2017 21st Ave. in Forest Grove on Wednesday, May 1 to enjoy an evening of readings, chocolate, appetizers and wine.

Pacific University proudly presents the following English Department faculty and authors as they read from their works:

5 to 5:30 p.m. - Brent Johnson (Assistant Professor)

5:30 to 6 - Kathlene Postma (Associate Professor)

6 to 7  - Maryka Biaggio (A former Pacific faculty member and author of Parlor Games: Historical Fiction. She is also a Willamette Writers and Belle Letters award winner.

7 to 7:30 - Lara Vesta (Assistant Professor)

7:30 to 8 - Darlene Pagan (Associate Professor)

Wine provided by A Blooming Hill Vineyard. Locally made confectionaries provided by Honest Chocolates and appetizers provided by Aramark will also be available.

The engagement is offered by Pacific University's English Department and English Club with additional support from Aramark.

The featured authors will also be presenting their work and signing their books throughout Forest Grove, including the Forest Grove City Library, Periscope Books and the Pacific University Barnes & Noble Bookstore.

Additionally, the public is encouraged to look for works by other English Department faculty.

Remember to Wave by assistant professor Kaia Sand can be obtained at the Forest Grove City Library; and the latest edition of the Notre Dame Football Encyclopedia by Professor Emeritus Mike Steele is available for purchase at the university bookstore.


Posted by Joe Lang (jlang@pacificu.edu) on Apr 23, 2013 at 11:11 AM

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