Hopkinton through POETRY
Local Author Book Fair
Saturday, August 14, 2021
When / Where:
08/14/2021| 2 PM - 5 PM
The Corner Spot in Ashland, MA
Cheryl Perreault and Cynthia Franca are excited to announce that they will be speaking at a Local Author's Panel talk hosted by Ashland Library, Framingham Library, and Hopkinton Library on August 14th!
They will join some local authors to talk about Hope through Community book for a 10-minute presentation.
They will also be selling more books at a table as part of the 3-hour event.
Some of the 72 Hope Through Community contributors will also be attending as guest speakers who will represent their own books. This includes Howard Kogan, Carla Schwartz, and the publisher, who is also a published author, Lynne Damianos.
Come and join us!
We'd love to see you there and this time ... in person too!
Virtual Book Launch: Hope Through Community: Words and Images in Response to a Global Pandemic
Cheryl Perreault and Cynthia Franca are delighted to announce the Virtual Book Launch for the book, Hope Through Community: Words and Images in Response to a Global Pandemic, to celebrate our newly released publication Friday, December 4th, 7-8:30 PM broadcasting on HCAM-TV. Here is the link to the program as an invitation to "save the date" and join our celebration: https://youtu.be/dI3xepRbgP0. Please, feel free to share it with all your friends. This event is a celebration of a book of HOPE that has been written by community members and published in the year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please, join us!
The anthology is available as a limited edition item (200 copies) for $20. Buy HERE
All the proceeds from this book's sales, beyond publishing expenses, will be donated to three charitable organizations assisting with local, national, and world hunger: Project Just Because, Feeding America, and Action Against Hunger.
Book Launch: Hopkinton Through Poetry: Celebrating 300 Years Hopkinton, Massachusetts
A celebratory book launch is scheduled for November, 6th at 7 PM at Hopkinton Senior Center, 28 Mayhew Street, Hopkinton, MA.
This event will offer a reading by some of the contributing poets. Attendees will be able to purchase books at this time of debut that will coincide with the year of celebration for Hopkinton's 300th Anniversary.
Friday, Nov 6, 2015
When / Where:
11/6/2015 | 7 PM - 8:30 PM
Hopkinton Senior Center
The anthology will be available at this event as a limited edition item (300 copies) for $20.
All proceeds will be divided and donated to three local Hopkinton organizations offering services to community including The Michael Lisnow Respite Center, Serenity House and Project Just Because.