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A Special Memorial Day Weekend Event:

The Chateau Lorane Winery is welcoming several local authors to participate in the popular Fine Art and Wine Festival The authors and the times of their presence are:

On Saturday, May 23, 11:30 -2:30

Jo-Brew, a northwest writer giving voice to woman. A columnist for the Creswell Chronicle and author of six contemporary mainstream novels. www.Jo-Brew.com

Pat Edwards, historian and author of From Sawdust and Cider to Wine: A History of Lorane, Oregon and the Siuslaw Valley. Managing Editor of Groundwaters literary magazine.

Jen Chambers, Assistant Editor and contributor to Groundwaters.

Joey Blum,

Groundwaters contributors

Saturday 2:30 to 5:30

Jen Chambers

Joey Blum

Dan Armstrong-activist for a sustainable futures, editor of Mud City Press, author of short stories and three novels.

Shirley Tallman --Period mysteries set in early San Francisco www.shirleytallman.com

Groundwaters contributors

Sunday, May 24 11:30 to 2:30 p.m.

Carola Dunn--Daisy Darymple mystery series, the first in a new series of Cornish and many Regency Romances. www.geocities.com/CarolaDunn

Dan Armstrong

Sharon Brandsma, Award winning author and artist. Glory Rose and the Gloaming. Fantasy for teens and older. www.smbrandsma.com

Groundwaters contributors.

Sunday, 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Carola Dunn

Jo-Brew

Sharon Brandsma

Pat Edwards

Groundwaters contributors

Monday, May 25 11:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Doug Card, local Historian and Author From Camas to Courthouse: Early Lane County History

Joe Blakley, Sports History, Oregon History and fiction. www.bearcreekpress.com

Marva Dasef, Tales of a Texas Boy, First Duty, a science Fiction Novela, and Seven Adventures of Cadida www.marvadasef.com

Groundwaters contributors.

Directions: The entrance to Chateau Lorane is approximately 1/4 mile south of Lorane on Siuslaw River Rd. As you pass the 2nd store (Lorane General Store and Deli), keep to your right at the "Y". (Don't make a sharp right onto Old Lorane Road, thought.) Follow Siuslaw River Road about 1/4 mile and you will see the entrance to Chateau Lorane on your right. It sits about a mile off the road. See the map on the Chateau Lorane website at http://www.chateaulorane.com/contact.html

2009-04-29 03:36:59 GMT
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