More than 50 local authors on hand to autograph books
The Buffalo History Museum presents its 10th annual local author book-signing event Saturday, Nov. 30, from noon until 2 p.m. at One Museum Court (Elmwood Avenue and Nottingham Terrace).
More than 50 local authors will be on hand to meet and greet readers and sign purchased books. This year's event includes, but is not limited to, the following local authors: Amy Ludwig VanDerwater, Angelo Congilio, Anthony Rudnicki, Brian Meyer, Mark Ciemcioch, Budd Bailey, Charity Vogel, chef Bruce Wieszala, Christine Smyczynski, Cynthia VanNess, Dan Murphy, David Brown, David Smeltz, Deborah Gromek, Donald Mang, Donna Hoke, Dr. Mark Donnelly, Ellen Dunwoodie, Erno Rossi, Frank Kowsky, George Kunz, Gerald Halligan, Christa Glennie Seychew, Graham Millar, Gretchen Duling, Jan Sheridan, Jessica Saddleson, John Allen, John Fagant, John Koerner, John Percy, Josef N. Ferri, Julianna Fiddler-Woite, Kate Karyus Quinn, Lorna Czarnota, Marlene Young, Mary Ann Giordano, Mason Winfield, Matt Gyrta, Mike Vogel, Nancy Mingus, Nellie Moran, Nicholas and Zoie Kin, Paul Moore, Penelope Ploughman, Renee Oubre, Richard Feltoe, Rick Ohler, Steve Cichon, Sue Knott, Tim Bohen, Timothy Shannon, Wendy Essrow and William Kae.
In addition to books, the Museum Shop offers unique Buffalo-themed gifts, including jewelry, fine art prints, maps, educational toys and special 1901 Pan-American Exposition-themed items. Many items are crafted by local artists and/or made in Western New York. Museum members will receive 10 percent discounts on many items
The local author book-signing event is free and open to the public. Parking is complimentary and convenient. For more information, the public may call The Buffalo History Museum at 716-873-9644, ext. 0. Visit www.buffalohistory.org.