Saturn favorite "Adam Schuitema" returns to sign his new collection of short stories, The Things We Do That Make No Sense. This is a sit'n' sign event. Readers can stop in anytime during the appearance to meet the author and have their books signed. This event is free and open to the public.
We were wowed by this debut novelist! "Julie Buntin" captures the setting of wintery northern Michigan and the tenuous friendship of teenage girls perfectly. If you are a fan of Nickolas Butler (and really, who out there in Saturn-land isn't?) and Travis Mulhauser, you'll want to read this book and welcome Julie to the store.
This is a ticketed event. $5 tickets may be redeemed as $5 toward any purchase on the evening of the event.
"Sue Allen" uses her experiences as a lifelong Mackinac Island resident in her debut novel, Water Beyond the Bridge.
The story infuses aspects of her personal experiences on the Island into a fictional romance that follows a man who tries to rekindle a summer fling after 30 years.
This is a sit-and-sign event and is free and open to the public.
Enjoy a reading, Q&A and laughs with Viola Shipman (aka Wade Rouse, writing under his grandmothers' name)
Honey, you haven't lived until you've been to a Saturn event with Wade Rouse. We've dressed in camo, played with Barbies, pulled charms out of a cake, put Gary in the doghouse...
The Hope Chest is very heartwarming, so prepare to be charmed. But if you've signed up for a Wade Rouse event, come prepared to laugh!
Join us for a roaring good time. Space is limited, so get your tickets soon.
Ticket are $5 and may be redeemed as $5 toward any purchase on the evening of the event.
The buzz is that The Marsh King's Daughter will be the thriller of the summer, so we're thrilled to be able to introduce you to its author, Karen Dionne.
The book takes place in the untouched wilderness of the Upper Peninsula, and will grip you from beginning to end.
Join us for a wild Q & A, and to find out if you could survive in the wilderness...
Get your tickets now, because this is one you won't want to miss!
Tickets are $5 and are redeemable as $5 toward any purchase the evening of the event.
20+ Dealers of quality antiques and collectibles of all kinds.
9am to 4pm Rain or Shine
Downtown Gaylord Under the Pavilion on Court St.
Free Admission & Parking
Oktoberfest...Saturday, September 23, 2017 2:00 pm under the Pavilion on Court. Sponsored by: Snowbelt Brewing Company, Gaylord Downtown Merchants Association and Gaylord Farmer's Association.
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Downtown businesses will be hosting their annual Trick or Treat Downtown, October 31 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm.
All of Gaylord's goblins, ghouls and other trick-or-treaters are invited to wander through downtown looking for treats!
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