Time to stop and count blessings again today. It’s only Wednesday and we have 1/2 of a floor on the new wing of the Lutheran Heritage Center, we had another awesome Bible Study on our journey with the Psalms, and progress in the archives is becoming measurable (what a relief.) In the lower level archives, … More Hungry for Autumn Color and a “Warren” of School Kids!
Are you eager to hear all of the exciting outcomes of the wonderful East Perry County fictional quilting series by Ann Hazelwood? Stop by the Lutheran Heritage Center next Sunday, Oct. 1 to visit with Ann and to have her sign a copy of the final book in this series. She will be here from … More Hazelwood’s Final Book in the East Perry County Series will be Here Sunday, Oct. 1
Join us at the Lutheran Heritage Center, Saturday, April 22 for the premiere of Ann Hazelwood’s 4th book in the Perry County series. The next installment of this extraordinary series is hot off the press and will be available for purchase at the museum. Come by and meet our esteemed author, join us for High … More Hazelwood’s 4th Book in the Perry County Fiction Series to Premiere at Our Site!
Join us Sat. April 22 and Sunday April 23 from 10:00 a.m. To 4:00 p.m. for “High Tea with Imy and Her Quilts.” We will be opening the Imogene Unger quilt exhibition with a terrific celebration during Scenic Drive. In the new Perry County quilt themed fiction book series, by Ann Hazelwood, the character of … More Quilt Exhibit Opening April 22-23
Ann Hazelwood will be joining us tomorrow, (Sunday) for a book signing celebrating the 2nd book in her East Perry County series. I just finished the book, and it is delightful. Of course, Sharla Lee Gordon–the artsy museum director makes an appearance in the book as well as her trusted assistant “Gerard.” There will be … More Hazelwood Book Signing
We had a wonderful day on Saturday with author, Ann Hazelwood. She is a “rock star” in the world of quilt fiction and her new series will feature East Perry County and a cast of characters who will ring familiar if you know the “real life” characters in our region. The title of the inaugural book … More Hazelwood was in the House