I've been invited to present information about my book at the Charbonneau Women's Association luncheon meeting at Charbonneau Country Club,32000 SW Charbonneau Drive in Wilsonville. This is a luncheon meeting, and to reserve a seat (and learn the cost) please contact Darlene Crosby at 503-961-3712 or email email@example.com. See you there!
This pop-up artists' holiday boutique is including me among their beautiful art! Come enjoy all their art and take it home as gifts for your loved ones! I'll be signing books and can help you select a perfect wine to go with Willamette Valley Wineries -- Santa would definitely approve of gifts from Rain Spark Gallery!
Located in Lake View Village in downtown Lake Oswego. Next door to Sur la Table.
Delighted to share stories and photos of my book at Oswego Heritage Council's First Wednesday Lecture! Doors open at 6 p.m. Free of course! Located at 398 10th St. downtown Lake Oswego.
The Beaverton Lodge has invited author Barbara Smith Randall to share the photos and stories of her book, "Willamette Valley Wineries," a pictorial history of the Willamette Valley Wine industry in their theater. Join the residents of The Lodge for a glass of wine and a great program. Free. Signed books will be available for $22.99.
Join author Barbara Smith Randall at Southeast Wine Collective, 2523 SE 35th Place in Portland for a presentation about Randall's newly released pictorial history "Willamette Valley Wineries" and wine tasting led by Division Winemaking Co. winemakers Tom Monroe and Kate Norris. Monroe and Norris are also the founders of SE Wine Collective, and were named to Wine Enthusiasts' 40 under 40 List in 2016, for being heavy influences on what we drink. They will share their story, plus pour wines by Cristom, Division Winemaking Co., The Eyrie, St. Innocent and Walter Scott. Price is $38, which includes a signed book.
Like rose wines? So do Lisa Shaw Ryan, owner of Chuckie Pies, and Barbara Smith Randall, author of "Willamette Valley Wineries." The women invite you to attend R&Rfor a little Reading and Rose." Enjoy a flight of Italian rose wines, a pizza of your choice and a sign copy of Randall's book for $40. Reserve your seat by calling 503-887-3949.
Author Barbara Smith Randall collected hundreds of photos from the wine industry families and from Linfield College's Oregon Wine History Archives for inclusion in "Willamette Valley Wineries," but naturally not all the photos could be included in the book. She will share some special photos from the collection, plus the stories to go with them at a special screening July 11 at Lake Theater and Cafe, 106 N. State St. in downtown Lake Oswego. Admission is free. Come early to secure a seat and order food and beverages; the presentation will begin at 7 p.m. Books will be available for purchase. Cost is $22.99.