Join us for a holiday weekend in Morehead, Kentucky, Dec. 2-3. There will be a Christmas parade on Friday, and Saturday features the Arts and Crafts Fair at Laughlin Health Building, Hometown Holiday on Main Street, including Fuzzy Duck and CoffeeTree Books, and a performance by the Cave Run Symphony Orchestra. This year the CoffeeTree stage will host MSU trombones AND the MSU Tuba and Euphonia Ensemble. Pretty exciting.
Book Signing with Randy Turner
Join us on Dec. 10 at 1:00 p.m. for a short talk followed by Q&A and signing with MSU alum, Randy Turner.
Turner is a writer and lifelong fan of The Andy Griffith Show, ever since he fell in love with the series watching reruns in Regents Hall while a student at Morehead State University. He is the author of Mayberry Firsts, The Mayberry Travel Guide, and the annual desk calendar Mayberry Day-by-Day. He also edited and contributed to 60 Years of Mayberry, a book celebrating the show and featuring essays by Dixie Griffith, George Lindsey Jr., Sean Dietrich, and others. Randy enjoys traveling and speaking about
The Andy Griffith Show, spreading the spirit of Mayberry to others.
Book Signing with Bobi Conn
Join us on Dec. 17 at 1:00 p.m. for a discussion with Bobi and Kentucky author Sherry Robinson followed by Q&A and signing with Bobi Conn.
Bobi Conn was born in Morehead, Kentucky, and raised in a nearby holler, where she developed a deep connection with the land and her Appalachian roots. She obtained her bachelor’s degree at Berea College, the first integrated and first co-educational school in the American South. After struggling as a single mother, she worked multiple part-time jobs at once to support her son and to attend graduate school, where she earned a master’s degree in English with an emphasis in creative writing. In addition to writing, Bobi loves playing pool, cooking, being in the woods, attempting to grow a garden, and spending time with her incredible children.