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d*s book tour: charleston + savannah event details!

by Grace Bonney

A trip to the South is always a great one for me. It feels like home, and we always enjoy soaking up the food, kind people and beautiful scenery. I’m thrilled to be holding two events next month in South Carolina and Savannah, so I hope you’ll join us for the fun. Details and RSVP info is below . . . xo, grace

Event: Crafting Event + Party at Dwelling
Date: Wednesday, October 26th, 2011
Location: Dwelling (474 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403)
Time: 5-8pm (5-6pm craft workshop, 6:30-8:30pm party)
Description: Come join the D*S team from Brooklyn as we celebrate the launch of the book by recreating one of the stamping projects from the DIY chapter. All you need to bring is your own tote, clothing or fabric to stamp on. We’ll provide the rest. This event will benefit the Yo Art Project. We’ll also have a beautiful backdrop created by Tara Guerard of Soiree Events that you can take pictures against with friends.
RSVP: You can RSVP for the craft event ($20 each, 30 person max) right here and for the main event and signing here (if you get a craft ticket that includes the party, too).

Event: Lecture + Book Signing/Party at SCAD
Date: Thursday, October 27th, 2011
Time: 6-8pm
Location: SCAD, Arnold Hall, 1810 Bull Street, Savannah, GA, 31401
Details: I’ll be giving a lecture (and answering questions) at SCAD about the book, and we’ll be collecting art supplies to benefit local schools (to be distributed by the SCAD Buzz Bus)
RSVP: Please RSVP here for the event, space is limited so RSVP is suggested.

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