Monday, November 9, 2009



When: November 14th, 2009
Time: 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
What: Lower Town Second Saturday
Where: Lower Town Art Galleries

Come experience this first-time event, “Art, Artist, & Authors,” during Lower Town’s Second Saturday gallery walk, and get that special someone the perfect gift for the holidays!

What a great opportunity to purchase unique, original artwork and books signed by the artist and /or author. Stroll from gallery to gallery to meet and talk with the various artist and authors. Questions? Contact Stefanie Graves 270-908-0755 or Pam Whinnery 270-554-5332

Kijsa Housman Studio, 444 N. 8th Street, artist Kijsa Housman
Author: Tracy Buchanan, “Flutterbies”

Cowango Studio, 517 N 8th Street, artists Stefanie Graves and David Lucht
Author: Berry Craig, “True Tales of Old-Time Kentucky Politics: Bombast, Bourbon & Burgoo”

Judeen’s Art Studio:, 720 Harrison Street, artist Judeen Theis
Authors: Pam Whinnery, “Favorite Recipes of Kentucky Celebrities”
Angie Wyatt, “Timmy the Tractor, His Hay Day”

Pinecone Studio, 419 N. 7th Street, artist Char Downs
Authors: Char Downs and Jay Siska, “Then & Now, Lower Town, Paducah”

Gallery 5, 803 Madison Street, artist William Renzulli
Authors: William Renzulli, “Have I Told You Today That I Love You: A father's words to his children”
Patience Renzulli, Mama Pajama Tells A Story: Writings About Dogs & Their Servants

Mentor House: Paulette Mentor, 332 N. 6th Street, artist Paulette Mentor
Authors: Ro Morse, "100 Things to Enjoy in Historic Paducah", "Ro”s Simple Pleasures”
Ann Watkins, “Reclaiming the Art of Child Training Toward a Biblical Approach”

Etcetera, 320 N. 6th Street, owners, Johanna & Allen Rhodes
Author: Cliff Gill, “Doin' Time for a Living: The story of a Kentucky Jail”
Clay Campbell, “Guitars, Bar's & a Prodigal Son”

The Egg and I, 335 N. 6th Street, artist, Carol Gabany
Author: Steve G. Gabany, Ph.D., "Historic Architecture of Paducah and McCracken County"

Stornaway House Gallery, 513 N.6th Street, artists Carolyn & Wil MacKay
Author: John Robertson, “Paducah, a Pictorial History”

Bryerpatch Studio, 502 N. 5th Street, artist Caryl Fallert
Author: Caryl Fallert, a variety of quilting how-to books

Wednesday, November 4, 2009


The date of the 2009 Kentucky Book Fair is November 7th at the Frankfort Convention Center, 405 Mero Street, Frankfort, KY. Hours are 9 to 4:30 p.m.
Admission is free.

The exciting news is my cookbook "Favorite Recipes of Kentucky Celebrities" has been selected for the bookfair. With nearly 200 authors selected, it is one of only 5 cookbooks chosen.

If you are going to the book fair I will be in Row 7 Table 33b.

Other Paducah authors: Tracey Bucanhan, Cliff Gill, & Molly Harper.