Again- It’s comic book day! LOL
I heard The Incredible Hulk was on Bridge Street, but where could I find him?
I saw Wonder Woman at Reads Book Store and Coffee Shop on Bridge Street– but she had no idea where The Hulk was. They were also getting ready for Indies and Authors Day. Hope Mary Cook was not taken by Superman!
Was he hiding behind these real branch gates at The Floral Boutique?
Erica told me she had seen him and he was nearby. Suddenly the sky darkened….
Was that a rustle of Batman?
Deana said very little at The Granary— almost like she knew something- but I was mesmerized by the new addition she has created! Amazing!
Has he swung on her new chandeliers?
Hmmmmm… was he hiding up there. Look at the original tin ceiling!
Whoops.. I saw a flash of green and he was out of there…
No one knew where he went that day but he left his mark in town! See you at Comic Book Day in downtown Carleton Place
And don’t forget Murray’s Furniture and Flea Market too!
To celebrate Super Hero Saturday on May 2nd from 10 am until 2 pm
Free Comics and prizes for all kids 12 and under who come dressed up. Halloween in May!
525 High Street
Carleton Place, Ontario
Lanark County Storytelling Fans
Are you ready?
Are you ready?
Who is coming to the main event?
Who is coming to Read’s Book Shop & Coffee Bar on May 2nd in Carleton Place?
On the 2nd of May we are going to going to witness the anticipated event of two storytellers from Carleton Place. The champion of the world naturally is Ottawa Valley’s most beloved storyteller and best-selling author Mary Cook who will be at Read’s from 1 pm-2:30pm. As all Mary’s fans know, Mary believes that the connections we have with family and those we love are all-important, and her stories highlight that no matter how hard things get, family, neighbours and friends are what make life worthwhile.
The novice contender is author and columnist Linda Seccaspina. Seccaspina has published five books and drives everyone nuts with her Facebook group “The Tales of Carleton Place”. She has been called the most stubborn woman in Lanark County and “Tilting the Kilt” Is not only her latest book about Carleton Place, but some whisper she is pretty tilted in her own personal views:)
Listen to her go on and on from 2:30-4:00 pm. Her books will also be available for sale.
For the 1000’s that will be in the attendance (okay we are storytellers) and the millions watching around the world on pay per view (again, really pushing it)
Ladies and Gentlemen
Let’s get ready to rumbleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Let’s get ready to rumbleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
See you at Read’s Book Shop & Coffee Bar Saturday May 2
|135 Bridge St, Carleton Place, ON K7C 2V6