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Cecile Richards, Paula McLain and more

Cecile Richards, Paula McLain and more

Dear Gentle Reader,

Just in case you are looking for something fun and different to do to benefit your community, on Thursday, April 12th from 6:30pm to 9:00pm at Whitaker & Atlantic in Raleigh, you could buy a ticket for the Les Dames NC fundraiser to benefit The Interfaith Food Shuttle and the NC Junior Chef Competition. Tickets are $70 and Include delicious food prepared by our Dames and two beverage tickets. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.

As of the writing of this missive, we still have good stock on bunnies from Jellycats and rabbit squishies for those Easter baskets.

Tickets are available for the event with Cecile Richards on Sunday, April 15th at 2pm. Her event at McIntyre’s will be her only appearance in North Carolina on her national tour for her memoir, Make Trouble. Call the bookstore to reserve your spot — 919.542.3030.

We have another literary luncheon coming up with Paula McLain on Wednesday, May 23rd at noon. You are probably familiar with Ms. McLain’s novels, Circling the Sun, The Paris Wife, and A Ticket to Ride. Her latest novel is Love and Ruin and picks up the story of Martha Gellhorn, the sparkplug journalist ahead of her time who was Ernest Hemingway’s third wife.

Friday, March 30th at 10:30am
Storytime with Johanna Banana
This Week’s Theme: Hoppity Hop Hop

Tuesday, April 3rd at 10:30am
Storytime with Miss Sarah
This Week’s Theme: Rainbows

Hello Spring… Hello Big Weekend —
Roost opens for the season with beloved bluegrass balladeer Tommy Edwards on the porch. Our new shop, Nest, opens next door to Dovecote. More to come about this, but it will simply be drool-worthy. Dovecote is hosting a weekend long trunk show with Laura Park Designs.

But wait—there’s more! Fearrington’s amazing beverage team is hosting our first ever NC BeerFest in honor of NC Beer Month on Sunday, April 8th. For tickets and more info, join Pete and click here.

Friday, April 6 at 10:30
Storytime with McIntyre’s staff
Today’s Theme: Music Time

Saturday, April 7th at 11am
Elaine Neil Orr discusses her novel, Swimming Between Worlds, with Marjorie Hudson
From the critically acclaimed writer of A Different Sun, a Southern coming-of-age novel that sets three very different young people against the tumultuous years of the American civil rights movement…

Saturday, April 7th at 2pm
Lisa See discusses The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane
From #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa See, “one of those special writers capable of delivering both poetry and plot” (The New York Times Book Review), a moving novel about tradition, tea farming, and the bonds between mothers and daughters.

All the best from the usual suspects:

Pete, Sarah, Mouse, Johanna, Anna, Hazel, Kelley and Keebe