THIS WEEK IN APRIL

  1. Monday Dec 5 LUCRECIA GUERRERO MONDAY, DECEMBER 5; 7 PM @ The Greene LUCRECIA GUERRERO will introduce her novel, Tree of Sighs, a touching and ultimately victorious story of Altagracia, who after the death of her parents, lives in Mexico with her bitter and secretive...
  2. Thursday Dec 8 NITA LELAND THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8; 7 PM @ The Greene NITA LELAND will introduce her new book, New Creative Collage Techniques: How to Make Original Art Using Paper, Color and Texture. In brilliant color, the book features 60 artists and 60 art...
  3. Saturday Dec 10 ART IN OUR MIDST! SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10; 1-3 PM ART IN OUR MIDST! Five area artists will be demonstrating their art forms. The artists are KAREN BENEDETTI (mixed media and acrylics); KATHIE GEORGE (batik watercolor); ROSIE HUART (collage, sumi-ink, and mixed media); TRISH MCKINNEY...
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LUCRECIA GUERRERO

MONDAY, DECEMBER 5; 7 PM @ The Greene

LUCRECIA GUERRERO will introduce her novel, Tree of Sighs, a touching and ultimately victorious story of Altagracia, who after the death of her parents, lives in Mexico with her bitter and secretive grandmother. After the two sink into poverty, the young girl ends up with a woman who takes her to the United States, changes her name to Grace, and puts her to work as a servant. After escaping servitude and imprisonment, Grace survives life on the streets and a succession of jobs, eventually landing in a comfortable marriage. But a phone call from a person in her past sets her on a journey to the border where she meets a man who holds the key to her past. She learns the truth about her grandmother and ultimately finds herself. Portions of the novel are set in Dayton, Ohio.