Glen Allen, VA, October 11, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- During a fun-filled fall harvest festival, featured author The Wright Scoop - Sylvia Hoehns Wright urges all to celebrate community traditions and renew experiences.
Sponsored by Laurel Presbyterian Church, on October 22nd, a Halloween theme festival takes place in the Fellowship Hall. Festival activities include art, craft and food vendors as well as a classic car and local police and fire safety displays. Everyone is encouraged to wear theme customs.
Celebrate Wright’s Heritage -
As a child of the "tell instead of read me a story" era, Wright urges all to attend an event that enables the ability to identify and record community heritage. In her book, Eco-legacy - a millennium woman's heritage which is dedicated to the people of her community Laurel Historic District, she invites readers to walk on a path worn smooth by generational expectation. Savor nostalgia for the places that are near and dear to heart, recall community/family traditions; but perhaps more importantly, renew community experiences. Described as heartfelt by the Fredericksburg Free Lance Star newspaper and identified as a Virginia "notable book" by the Richmond Times Dispatch, readers of Wright's life-style writings are advised to read more in the rhythm of a poem and let Wright's essays and poems speak to them. Published in paper print, copies of Eco-legacy - a millennium woman's heritage will be available during the festival and are available at Laurel Gallery located at 2805 Hungary Road in Richmond (Henrico) Virginia or through Wright's LuLu Sylvia's Store option, http://stores.lulu.com/syhwright
Attend a Community's Harvest Festival –
Sponsored by Laurel Presbyterian Church, on October 22nd (rain date of 29th) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. a Halloween theme festival takes place in the church’s Fellowship Hall. Plan to visit with Wright who explains why Laurel is and remains "more than a whistle stop"; and visit with participating arts and craft vendors, join in festival games and activities, explore the classic car and local police and fire safety displays; and, send a loud message: It’s cool to participate in a community’s harvest festival - celebrate community traditions! To learn more about Wright’s activities acquire a copy of her book Eco-legacy - a millennium woman's heritage or visit web site www.TheWrightScoop.com or follow Twitter ID, Wright Scoop or Face-book group, The Wright Scoop.
Side Bar – Wright hosts author book signing during community Harvest Festival held at Laurel Presbyterian Church located 9675 Staples Mill Road Glen Allen, VA 23060, October 22nd (with a rain date of 29th) 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. To view details of Wright’s book Eco-legacy – a millennium woman’s heritage visit Sylvia’s book store, http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/syhwright.