Tuesday, July 28, 2015

High bidders sought for library

Lots of art and auctioneering action are booked to benefit the Honey Brook Community Library at the Heatherwood Retirement Community on Saturday, Oct. 22.

High bidders sought for library

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Lots of art and auctioneering action are booked to benefit the Honey Brook Community Library at the Heatherwood Retirement Community on Saturday, Oct. 22.
 In addition to an evening of art, Amy Epstein Feldman, a lawyer, author, and legal correspondent for radio and TV, will discuss her book, ”So Sue Me, Jackass!: Avoiding Legal Pitfalls That Can Come Back to Bite You at Work, at Home, and at Play.”
Tickets, which cost $15 apiece and include beverages, refreshments, and guitar/violin entertainment by High Strung, can be purchased in advance at the library. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m. so bidders can peruse a diverse selection of art before the auction starts at 7 p.m.
Heatherwood is located at 3180 Horseshoe Pike (Rt. 322 just West of Birdell Road). For more information, stop by the library on Rt. 10, just south of Honey Brook, or call 610-273-3303.

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