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Rant on the Road: MA, RI, CT, NY

The Wicked fun continues on the East Coast at the end of May.  Stop by and say hello. Please confirm dates & times with the venue before striking out. See my website for all upcoming events.

Thurs, May 21 11 am
Flower Confidential Discussion & Booksigning
Peabody Essex Museum
Salem, MA

Saturday, May 23 10 am
(only open to Master Gardeners)
Providence, RI

Saturday, May 23 3 pm
Barrington Public Library
Barrington, RI

Tues, May 26 7 pm
RJ Julia Booksellers
Madison, CT

Wednesday, May 27 6 pm
Discussion & Booksigning
Urban Roots
Buffalo, NY

Sunday, May 31 2 pm
Opening Event for Wicked Plants Exhibit at BBG
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Pre-registration required
Brooklyn, NY

Posted by on May 15, 2009 at 5:00 am, in the category What's Happening.
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6 Responses to “Rant on the Road: MA, RI, CT, NY”

  1. John says:

    So what do I have to do to get ya further south?? Raleigh/Durham NC to be exact.

  2. Katie says:

    Yeah, me too! I just bought the book last night. Already enjoying it!

    I’m in Wilmington, NC. We have a great little indie bookstore too.

  3. I’m so sorry I’m going to miss your visit to my home turf at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. I’ll be in Chicago for the Garden Bloggers Spring Fling!

  4. Amy Stewart says:

    John and Katie–Looks like I will be in the Raleigh area around September 23-26 for the Garden Writers Association conference. My publisher may set up a bookstore event while I’m there, but if you’ve got a garden club or other group, let’s talk!

    Details here:

    http://www.amystewart.com/speaking.html

  5. John says:

    I’ll be working the GWA Symposium myself! I’ll be the guy with the bull horn yelling out instructions concerning which bus for which tour. Our paths will cross.

  6. I tried to send you an email, Amy, and a comment on your blog, but the email bounced back, and no response to my comment yet. If you have the time, I would love to have you over on Tuesday before your reading in Madison for a drink and bite in my garden.

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