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This weekend: Come see me at Paulina Springs Books in Sisters and Redmond

This Friday and Saturday, April 3 and 4, I’m pleased to be the guest of honor for a book event and signing at both Paulina Springs Books locations in Sisters and Redmond! I’ll be in Sisters on Friday the 3rd, and in Redmond on Saturday the 4th. Both events start at 6:30pm.

Paulina Springs Books

And there will be beer sampling at both events as well! Friday in Sisters, Sisters’ own Three Creeks Brewing will be on hand pouring samples of their terrific beers, and the following evening in Redmond, Juniper Brewing of Redmond will likewise be pouring samples of their own fine beers. Books and beer—it doesn’t get much better!

Paulina Springs Books is a great local bookseller (at both locations) with a wide selection of books to offer—I’ve seen titles that aren’t stocked elsewhere which always provides unexpected delight. They also do a great job of hosting authors and events, although I believe these books-and-beer ones are the first of this kind they’ve hosted!

So please come on out either or both days, say “Hi!” and buy a book so I can sign it for you! I should also be doing a talk and/or reading and that should pair well with the local brews being poured. The events officially start at 6:30 though I will likely be there by 6:00 and will be more than happy to answer any questions, sign books, and chat about our local history and beer.

See you there! Cheers!

Signing and Meet and Greet with Juniper Brewing

Juniper Brewing Company is one of Central Oregon’s newest breweries, having opened up this past March over in Redmond. Owners and brewers Curtis Endicott and Scott Lesmeister made the leap from homebrewing to production, crafting a variety of beers on a two-barrel system.

Juniper Brewing Company

Redmond’s brewing scene is vibrant and growing (there is a great overview here) and Juniper Brewing is right out at the front of it. I’m pleased that they have invited me out to their Tap Room today for a book signing and meet and greet from 4 to 6pm, and I hope Redmond comes out to check out the book and the beers Juniper has to offer!

Their Tap Room and brewery is located at 1950 SW Badger Avenue in Redmond, Suite 103, over by the Deschutes County Fairgrounds. They’ve got a nice lineup of beers on tap, so come on out to enjoy beer from one of our newest breweries and get a signed copy of the book! Oh, and you get to meet me as well.