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Book Signing With Paul Hetzler

Saturday, December 8th 1pm–3pm

Paul Hetzler Shady Characters

Join naturalist Paul Hetzler at the Brewer Bookstore as he discusses and signs copies of his new book, Shady Characters: Plant Vampires, Caterpillar Soup, Leprechaun Trees and Other Hilarities of the Natural World.

As an educator at the Cornell Cooperative Extension and frequent columnist in publications throughout the North Country, Paul Hetzler expounds upon nature in all its wonders, complexities, and hilarities, and weaves considerable wit into his broad range of wisdom. To read more about Paul and his work, visit https://www.paulhetzlernature.org/


Santa At The Brewer Bookstore

Saturday, December 1st, 2018

10AM - Noon  

Santa Visit Dec 1 2018

Santa and his elves will be visiting the Brewer Bookstore!

Have a photo taken with Santa in front of our fireplace, with a free treat for each child.

Afterwards, enjoy complimentary hot cider and a cookie while you shop. 



Book Signing with Gail Huntley

Saturday, June 23rd | 1:00PM – 3:00PM

So Proudly They Hailed Book Cover and Gail Huntley Author Photo

Join Adirondack author Gail Huntley as she signs copies of her newest book: SO PROUDLY THEY HAILED, Book One.

"This story begins in 1816 in Scotland, a country ruled by wealth and class during the Industrial Revolution. When many tenant farmers like the Doddses lose their jobs to machines, they begin looking to America for work, land, and freedom. Join these brave pioneers on their epic journey from Scotland through Canada to America where they battle storms, disease, starvation, robbers, and unrequited love. Jenny Dodds must choose between her family and her love for John Scott. Her decision will lead her to many unexpected events which will affect several characters in the book. Spanning over two decades of history, this moving story delves into the history of the Scottish Border people, the settlements along the St. Lawrence River, and the early settlers of several Adirondack outposts including Chestertown, Newcomb, and Long Lake, New York. "

Gail Huntley is an author, English teacher, assistant professor, playwright, and director known for writing and directing historical plays for Hamilton County, Long Lake, New York, and several organizations in Virginia. She has written and published historical books, newspaper articles, plays, and poetry. Gail has camped and hiked throughout the Adirondacks, California, and the Scottish highlands. She is an adventurer who has walked on fire, climbed boulders, and raised two boys. Gail is retired and splits her time between her cabin in the Adirondacks and her place near her sons and grandchildren in Virginia.

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