The Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society presents its annual Local Author/Buffalo Book-Signing on Saturday, Nov. 27 from noon to 2 p.m. at the History Museum, located at 25 Nottingham Court at Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo.
The event, designed for shoppers looking for personalized gifts in a relaxed atmosphere, features over 20 local authors selling and signing their books. The wide range of publications-including cookbooks, neighborhood, regional and military history, novels and coffee-table books-makes this a perfect opportunity to shop for a variety of tastes.
This year’s event includes the following authors:
* Jim Arnone, Central Park, Buffalo, New York: A Neighborhood of History and Tradition (exclusively at BECHS!)
* Dr. Joseph Bieron, Postcard Views, Orchard Park
* Evelyn Brady, Peaceprints
* Steve Cichon, The Complete History of Parkside
* Gary Costello & Douglas Kohler, Hull Family Home & Homestead: A Bicentennial Celebration
* Lorna Czarnota, Legends, Lore and Secrets of Western New York
* Mark Donnelly, The Fine Art of Capturing Buffalo, Frozen Assets: The Beautiful Truth About Western New York’s Fourth Season
* John Edson, Hamburg: 1910-1970, Hamburg Revisited
* Julianna Fiddler-Woite, Snyder: A Brief History, WNY and the Gilded Age
* Catherine Gildiner, After the Falls: Coming of Age in the Sixties, Too Close to the Falls (New York Times bestseller)
* John Koerner, Mysteries of Father Baker, Father Baker Code
* George Kunz, Buffalo Memories
* Elizabeth Leader, Buffalo Snow
* Raya Lee, BPO Celebrates the First 75 Years
* Donald Mang, One Nation Under God (a novel)
* Nancy Mingus, Buffalo: Good Neighbors, Great Architecture
* Martin Nowak, The White House in Mourning: Deaths and Funerals of Presidents in Office
* Janice Okun, Buffalo Cooks with Janice Okun
* Laura Pedersen, Buffalo Gal, Buffalo Unbound-a Celebration
* John Percy, Buffalo-Niagara Connections, Town of Tonawanda
* Joseph Ritz,Blood Along The Niagara – A Guidebook to Battles of the War of 1812 an Hour’s Drive from Niagara Falls
* Erno Rossi, White Death: The Blizzard of ’77
* Maria Scrivani, Brighter Buffalo
* Christine Smyczynski, An Explorer’s Guide to Western New York
* Wanda Slawinska & Edward Szemraj, The Polonian Legacy of Western New York
* Joel Thomas, Creature Comforts
* Mason Winfield, A Ghosthunter’s Journal, Haunted Places of Western New York, Shadows of the Western Door, Village Ghosts of Western New York, Spirits of the Great Hill, Ghosts of 1812
Aside from this collection of books, some of which can be purchased only at the Historical Society, the museum shop offers unique Buffalo-themed gifts, including jewelry, fine art prints, maps, educational toys. It is also an opportunity to peruse and purchase from their exclusive 1901 Pan-American Exposition-themed items.
The Local Author Book Signing is free and open to the public. For more information, call the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society at (716) 873-9644 or visit www.buffalohistory.org.