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This week at Barnhills – We will be VERY busy!!!!!

Last week was fabulous.  On Friday night, the band, Shadowfax Sound, was here &  they were awesome as usual (they will be back in March and April if you missed them).  Rich Krawiec and friends were reading from their book, The Sound of Poets Cooking (which btw is now available at Barnhills).

This week is going to be unbelievably busy also.  On Wednesday, national best selling author and NPR personality, Lisa Napoli will be here reading from, discussing and autographing copies of her book, Radio Shangri-La

Also on Wednesday, Stony Knoll Vineyards will be offering FREE tastings of their fabulous wines. 

On Friday, local poet, Richard Picciuto will be here reading from and autographing his books, Riches and Moonlit Weeds.


Also on Friday, Misty Creek Vineyard will be offering FREE tastings of their awesome wines.

On Saturday, local author, E.B. (Gene) Alston will be reading from and signing copies of his many books, including the popular Hammer Spade detective series.  Currently there are 8 books in this series with another due out any day.

On Sunday, local author, Heather St.Aubin-Stout will be here reading from her inspirational book, Not My Mother’s Journey about her battle with breast cancer.

As you can we see, we will be VERY BUSY this week, so you need to come check us out!  Don’t forget that we have FREE wine tastings daily (even if no vineyard is here)!!!


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Lisa Napoli, author of Radio Shangri-La will be at Barnhills on Wed 2/23

Praise for Radio Shangri-La, What I learned in Bhutan, The Happiest Kingdom on Earth by Lisa Napoli.

“Radio Shangri-La has shades of Pico Iyer and Bruce Chatwin and a similar genius for parachuting the reader into a strange land and culture. Bhutan has long fascinated me and Radio Shangri-La is the perfect vehicle to get there.” – Abraham Verghese, author of Cutting for Stone

Radio Shangri-La grabs you by the heart and takes you on a winding dual journey–into the self and into a fairy tale kingdom known for measuring happiness as its gross domestic product. Charming, illuminating, and often ironic, this memoir is a continuous discovery of myths and realities in finding deeper personal meaning.   Amy Tan  author – The Joy Luck Club

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