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Barnhill’s Events Oct 19th-25th
 
 
 
 
 
November
Immigrant’s Daughter
Grassy Creek Winery
Open Reading Series
26th Locklear Wine
Don’t be fooled by the scenic beauty of North Carolina’s Piedmont Triad–the ghosts of the past haunt these rolling hills and unique cities. From the smallpox-stricken ghost that haunts Salem Tavern in Winston-Salem to the slain Revolutionary War soldiers who linger in the park surrounding Guilford Courthouse in Greensboro, these phantoms all have a tale to tell. Some ghosts even support education. Take Jane, the lonely spinster who haunts Aycock Auditorium at the UNC Greensboro campus, or Herschel, High Point University’s ghost of the former Memorial Theater. And though Spookywoods Haunted Attraction in Kersey Valley often frightens and astounds, some of the resident ghosts aren’t just special effects. Join Camel City Spirit Seekers Michael Renegar and Amy Spease as they reveal the eerie and chilling stories from the heart of the Piedmont. http://www.gotriadscene.com/sites/gotriadscene.com/images/event/441409011/ghostsoftriad_medium.jpg
21st   6pm Mary Ruth Dobbins
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The time has gone so fast. Ten years feel like two. Seventy-five years of teaching feel like only a few. The children are still teaching me something every day… I think I must have taught at least a million students.
I’m going to keep on teach until Somebody rings the bell!
To all my students, past and present, I say, “Thank you! And let’s keep dancing!”
 
Jacqueline Dorminy
22nd  11-2 Cotton Ketchie
Iredell County North Carolina detective Marci McLeod and her artist husband Jake are back, along with the same delightful cast of characters from Ketchie’s first novel, Little Did They Know. This time they are joined by Meredith, the McLeods’ four-year-old daughter. While Marcie is tracking a vicious killer who is wreaking havoc in and around the picturesque town of Love Valley, a lookalike stranger compounds the detective’s challenges. The killer is no mastermind, but he possesses enough animal cunning and cold-blooded ruthlessness to make catching him a difficult and dangerous proposition. Marci, good cop, wife, mother in equal measure, struggles to keep work and personal life balanced. Ketchie uses North Carolina’s Love Valley –where Old West ambiance allows only horses and horse drawn vehicles on the streets–and some of its real life residents to create a true to life backdrop for the action. http://lorimerpress.com/lorimer/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/trouble-in-love-valley.jpg
She’s a prohibited artist playing a dangerous game. Rebecca, the youngest daughter on a homestead in the 1800s, has little business trying to get at the conclusions she draws. She learns two things: how wrong she is and an even-so love. Set among the early Moravians in North Carolina.
 
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This Romeo/Juliet story set in the mountains of Virginia in the 1870s depicts a life and time largely forgotten now. Jimmie Sue, a white farm boy, and Madeleen, a colored sharecropper girl, although mutually attracted to each other, must deal with a greater obstacle than having different family names, such as the Capulets and Montagues in Shakespeare. Jimmie Sue was not so interested in a sheet of paper to certify their relationship, but Madeleen would have no part of an arrangement that was not “blessed of the Lord.” Their shared experiences in the fields, the churches, the baptism creek give them many contact opportunities, which are duly celebrated yet constantly thwarted. Although the focus is on these two teenagers, the story gives some insight into the post-civil war racial relationships in the mountains… quite different from the more normally accepted tales of the plantations. http://www2.xlibris.com/books/www/books/103513-GILB-thumbnail.gif
     
Wine Wednesday
This week’s class is the awaited red wine. We still have a few stops open. Class is 6:30-8.
 
We received new art All About Wine come in to see these outstanding works.
Giving away free books.
 
Starting Oct 1st we are giving away a book a week. Must come in to enter.
 
We will continue the giveaway as long as there is a book in the pile!
Nov 12th 2pm

Pitch the Publisher!
Mike Simpson
Publisher
Second Wind Publishing, LLC
www.secondwindpublishing.com

Call 336-602-1383

or email to reserve your time.
 
 
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5th Cameron Kent
6th Pumpkin Painting with Ginnie
6pm Mindful Eating Book Club
7th T.D. Johnston
8th Scott Roche
Children’s reading 11 am
Horror reading 5:30 pm
14th Open Reading
Series
/Jessie  Carty
15th Susan Surman
Mary Lambeth Moore
20th Michael Renegar and Amy
Spease

21st Mary Ruth Dobbins
22nd Cotton Ketchie
22nd Claude Limoges
25th E Reid Gilbert
26th Julia Ebel
28th Tim Bullard
30th Thomas D Perry 5:30-7:30

Historian Thomas D. “Tom” Perry
was born in Mount Airy and grew
up in Ararat, VA, just up the road
from where Civil War General J.E.
B. Stuart lived. Perry writes on
Patrick, Henry and Surry Counties
in VA and NC. He is the author of
a dozen books on local history and
memories.

 
   
     
   
       
   
     
       
Oct 1st 11am
Deborah Williams Rodenhizer
March 1, 2004, was a beautiful day.
Blue skies and white fluffy clouds
promised that spring was just around
the corner. It was an ordinary day.
There was no sign that I would
remember this day as the worst day of
my life. On this tragic day, Deborah’s
firstborn son, Christopher, committed
suicide. Joy in the Mourning is the
encouraging story of how this mother
dealt with the initial shock, the following
guilt, and the eventual peace she felt
upon accepting
her child’s death.
   
 
   
Kala Ambrose Oct 1st 2-5
Explore haunted lighthouses, forts,
and shipwrecked areas of East
Carolina where Blackbeard and
his pirates still roam as you join
author and paranormal researcher
Kala Ambrose in Ghost Hunting
North Carolina. Journey across the
state and visit the most actively
haunted capitol in the US, and
continue west into the Blue Ridge
Mountains where the pink lady and
her friends await your presence.
Maps and travel information are
provided to every haunted location
for those brave enough to make
the journey in person and for the
paranormal researchers who are
interested in exploring North
Carolina.
   
Oct 1st 3-6 Surry Oak Winery

A must-taste newcomer to selling his
wines. Two Chambourcins, one
Merlot, a dry Niagara(very rare and
good) and a combination
Merlot/Chambourcin  named Well Red
(we love the play on words for us)

   
   
     
         
Sign up now for Wine classes
beginning Oct 5th.
Pumpkin Painting is fun for all
ages, come watch Ginnie
Conaway create.
The Mindful Eating book club is still
taking participants see the website for
more information on all these events.

 

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Calling all artists!!!!!!

Barnhill’s
Books – Wine – Art – Gifts
 

All About Wine
Painting Competition Sponsored by Flint Hill Winery at Barnhill’s!
INVITATION TO ALL ARTISTS.
We invite you to share your creative inspiration about North Carolina Wine through
paintings.

Juror of Selection and Awards: Jim Langer, Professor of Art, Greensboro College,
Greensboro, NC.

Prizes:
1st -$150
2nd – $100
3rd – $50

Date: September 24, 2011,
Reception 4-6
Application Deadline: Sept 2, 2011

Application Fee: $20.00 non-refundable
This allows two entries.
Entries must be framed and ready to hang. NO frame tooth hangers.
Acceptable mediums: oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastels
Dead Line for Entries: Sept 2nd Subject: North Carolina Wine and Grape Appreciation
Month
Notification of accepted work: Sept 16
Delivery of accepted work – Sept. 19th and 20th
Paintings to be delivered to Barnhills.
Labeled with Artists Name, Address, Phone, and Email. Also Title, Medium and Price.

Barnhill’s Art Show Terms
Exhibitors shall be sensitive to the fact that subject matter needs to be appropriate for all
ages to view. We reserve the right to inspect all art to insure compliance with this
agreement. Non-compliance may result in removal of the art. All work displayed must be
the artist’s own work and must be for sale. We reserve the right to remove art that have
been misrepresented by the artist. A consignment form will be filled out for the art with
applicable selling fees. All art must be for sale at the price set by the artist.

Payment of the application fee indicates that you agree and comply with the terms stated
herein.

Exhibition closes – Oct. 30. Entries will be available to pick up Nov 1st and 2nd.
Application: Sept 2nd Receipt of up to 2 digital entries (on CD)or digital images by email.
(5mb limit per file for e-mailing, send each JPEG one email at a time. Label each JPEG
with title and image size. email to: thais@onlyatbarnhills.com
Mail Entry Form with $20. check – payable Barnhills
Or drop off entries to Barnhill’s 811 Burke St Winston Salem NC 27101
Barnhills will retain 30% of all sales.
NAME______________

ADDRESS_______________

CITY__________________STATE___
ZIP____

PHONE________________________
EMAIL________________

ENTRY1_____________ENTRY2_______________

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This week at Barnhills

Last week was awesome!!!  On Sunday, May 1st, Jim Minick was here reading from and signing copies of his book, The Blueberry Years.  On Thursday, Mary Noble Jones was here again for storytime.  Saturday, Valerie Nieman was here reading from and signing copies of her latest novel, Blood Clay.  Also on Saturday, Surry Oak Vineyards was offering FREE tastings of their wonderful wines.  We now have all their wines open for tasting!!  🙂

This coming week will be just as fabulous!!!  On Thursday, the wonderful local poet, Terri Kirby Erickson will be here reading from and signing copies of her latest book, In the Palms of Angels.

On Friday, we will have storytime with Laura Alston, author of My Pet Rocky Renee.

 On Saturday, author/lawyer Sean Keefer will be here reading from and signing copies of his book, The Trust.  Blending elements of traditional southern literary fiction, suspense and mystery, you won’t be satisfied until the final page is turned.

Then on Sunday, Carolyn Peterson will be here reading from and signing copies of her book, Fishing For Memories.  This is an awesome tribute to her uncle who had Alzheimer’s and also a wonderful story for both children and adults.

Another busy week at Barnhills – have you visited our store yet?  If not what are you waiting for?  We have something for everyone in the family – a great children’s section, wonderful books, awesome gifts and art, and of course some fabulous North Carolina wines. FREE wine tastings daily.   Come visit us today!

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Now available through Barnhills: The Modern American Wine Industry by Ian M. Taplin

The Modern American Wine Industry:

Market Formation and Growth in North Carolina


Ian M Taplin
Studies in Business History

Hb: 224pp: February 2011
978 1 84893 136 7: 234x156mm: £60.00/$99.00
E ISBN   978 1 84893 137 4

This study is both a history of the American wine industry and an examination of its current structure and performance. In analysing market formation, Taplin focuses on a complex network of winery owners, winemakers and grape growers to see how relationships have shaped the evolution of this sector.

North Carolina has seen some of the fastest growth in the American wine industry over recent years. In an area experiencing a general downturn in employment, the wine industry has created a new entrepreneurial spirit. Taplin looks at the importance of networks in this development, drawing conclusions of wider socio-economic significance

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This week at Barnhills

Whew, it’s been a busy few weeks which is why I haven’t posted in a while.  Our 1st Anniversary celebration was awesome!!!!  Thanks to all the vineyards who participated and congrats to all who won prizes.

Last week we had Mary Noble Jones in doing a children’s reading from her Itsy Rabbit series (she will be back on May 5th at 4pm). Shadowfax Sound played here on Friday – they were awesome as usual.  Saturday Kathryn Fisher was here reading from and signing copies of her books Up A Tree with Tattie Wee (a memoir) and One Forgotten Summer (fiction).  Check out FB and our YouTube account to see her reading soon.  Sunday, T.L. Bailey was here reading from her second book, Island of Lost Guardians.

This coming week will be just as busy.  On  Friday, WestBend Vineyard will be here offering FREE tastings of their Riesling, Chambourcin and Carolina Blush.  They will also be bringing a cake made with the Riesling and the recipe!!!

On Saturday, local children’s author, Linda Greene Dean, will be here at 11am to read from her book – Wally Rooster’s Big Move.  A charming story about moving and making new friends.

Also on Saturday, Anna Jean Mayhew will be here reading from and signing copies of her debut novel, The Dry Grass of August.  A beautifully written book about complicated family relationships set int eh south in the 1950’s.

Then on Sunday, local cookbook author, Elizabeth Wiegand, will be here with her latest book, The New Blue Ridge Cookbook (reviewed by Michael Hastings in the WS Journal).  She will also be bringing samples of some of the recipes.

As you can see the upcoming week has a little something going on for everyone in the family, so stop by soon & check us out.

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New Wine for Seniors. :)

I  kid you not….
New Wine  for Seniors

California (certainly not NC vintners) vintners in the Napa Valley area, which primarily produce Pinot  Blanc, Pinot Noir and Pinot Grigio wines, have developed a new  hybrid grape that acts as an anti-diuretic.
It is expected to reduce the number of trips older people have to make to the bathroom during the night.

The new  wine will be marketed as

PINO MORE

I  HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE

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