February is Authors’ Month at Cave Creek Museum
January 27, 2010
CAVE CREEK – Cave Creek Museum’s popular “Authors’ Month” returns in February! In honor of the Museum’s 40th Anniversary, the museum has lined up an exciting roster of renowned and local authors to speak and sign books each weekend in February. Delicious “Anniversary” cake and refreshments will be served after each program. The February event schedule follows:
Saturday, Feb. 6 from 2 – 3:30 p.m. – Author Clay Thompson
“Valley 101” Arizona Republic columnist Clay Thompson has made a living out of answering the strangest questions in the newsroom and snarking on some of the people who ask them. Thompson is author of The Valley 101 Cookbook: What Not to Eat, A Slightly Skewed Guide to Living in Arizona and The Great Big Book of Life.
Sunday, Feb. 7 from 10:30 a.m. – noon and 1:30 –3 p.m. – Author Conrad Storad
Award-winning author, and Valley resident, Conrad Storad inaugurates the Museum’s Children’s Author Series by reading and discussing his newly released book Rattlesnake Rules.
Admission to each “Authors’ Month” presentation is free. Cave Creek Museum is located at 6140 Skyline Drive. Call 480-488-2764 or visit www.cavecreekmuseum.org for more information and the complete February Author’s Month schedule.
Teen Motivational Workshop at Desert Foothills Library
Teaches techniques to boost happiness and lower stress?
CAVE CREEK – The Desert Foothills Library, 38443 N. School House Rd., is offering a free teen motivational workshop on Sunday, Jan. 30 at 1 p.m.
“Teen Essentials: Tools for Building a Stronger You” is presented by life skills coach Breon Michel. The interactive workshop offers proven techniques to boost happiness and lower stress. Teens will discuss important strategies with their peers for solving common problems and getting the most from their high school years.
Attendees will learn techniques for positive thinking, coping, strengthening relationships with peers and family and how to manage daily stress and still perform at their best.
Food and refreshments will be served.
RSVP is recommended by calling 480-488-2286.