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Dry Stone Wall Book Launch Thursday, September 8See more
How to Build Dry-Stacked Stone Walls shows how to build a wall using the traditional method of dry stone masonry in which carefully selected stones are properly stacked and held together without mortar. As well as being beautiful, a dry stone wall is stronger, more stable, and more resistant to climate than a mortared wall.
Meet author, dry stone wall mason, John Shaw-Rimmington Thursday, September 8, 7 pm
Furby House Books, 65 Walton Street, Port Hope
Sunday, September 18, 2016 2:30 pm
Barely out of high school, Garnet Rodgers was on the road as a full time working musician with his older brother Stan Rogers. Together they formed what has come to be accepted as one of the most influential acts in North American folk music. Since then, Garnet has established himself as a "charismatic performer and singer". He has a powerful physical presence - with a voice to match. Now Garnet has written the stories about growing up with Stan, discovering music together, learning to play in a band and travel together. Hear his "dark baritone" voice reading from his book Night Drive.
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Fax and Copy Service
Furby House Books is now offering fax and copy services.
The cost is $2 per page. Cash only.