Friday, December 4, 2015

MEET LOCAL AUTHORS @ THE DARRESS THEATER IN BOONTON THIS SATURDAY

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WHEN: Saturday, Dec 6th,  11:00 am to 4:30pm
WHERE: Darress Theater, 615 Main Street, Boonton, NJ  07005
ADMISSION: free
973-334-9292
For additional info, call the box office: 973-334-9292 or Bobby's News & Gifts @973-794-4470

11:00 AM

MARK DI IONO: Award-winning columnist for The Star-Ledger and Pulitzer Prize Finalist, author of "The Last Newspaperman"

12:00 PM

EMILY KELLY: Boonton High School student and author of her first book, "A Goblin's Tale," is a thrilling adventure set in a magical land where mythical creatures hold the fate of the world in their hands

12:45 PM

DOUG SNELSON: Montville author and winner of The Mom's Choice Award will read from his children's books, "The Fable of the Snake Named Slim" and "Who's Got the Face?"

1:30 PM

ROB PALMER: Boonton author has written seven novels (one, "Darress Theatre," is set in Boonton; another, "Spider Web," is set in Parsippany); four children's books starring his gift bear, Max; and a short story collection with each story inspired by a Norman Rockwell Saturday Evening Post cover

2:15 PM

JON HOROVITZ:Author of "Jews with Tools: Incredible True Stories of Life in Jewburbia" is the funniest book to come out of Kinnelon!

3:00 PM

MICHAEL STEPHEN DAIGLE: Longtime New Jersey journalist whose first novel, "The Swamps of Jersey," follows a detective trying to solve a murder in a fictional North Jersey town

3:45 PM

BILL WESTHOVEN: Long-time Daily Record editor, arts critic, columnist, and author of "One-Hit Willie: A Classic Rock Novel," and "The Puddingstone Well"