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[BKARTS] Open House: Red Wagon Bookworks



Greetings Book Arts & Letterpressers:

John Cutrone of Red Wagon Bookworks and Seth Thompson of Royal River
Pottery invite you to their Second Annual Open House, at the home of the
bookworks: 1301 North O Street in Downtown Lake Worth, Florida.

All of the work you'll see is handwork. Each Red Wagon book is printed and
bound by hand, and Seth Thompson's pottery is traditional, graceful
high-fire functional stoneware, thrown on the wheel and formed by hand. You
are invited to try your hand at letterpress printing (you'll print yourself
a souvenir) and partake of some wonderful refreshments while you consider
the handmade books, broadsides and pottery available on display. Checks and
credit cards are accepted. Your purchase earns you the title Patron of the
Arts, and the gratitude of all involved for your support.

The Home Show and Sale takes place Friday evening (December 6) from 6pm til
9pm; Saturday (December 7) from 10am til 6pm, and Sunday afternoon
(December 8) from 1pm til 6pm. The press is located at the corner of 13th
Avenue North and North O Street, just east of Federal Highway, in John and
Seth's old woodframe home. That's about 3 miles east of I-95 (exit 10th
Avenue North), about 10 miles east of Florida's Turnpike (exit Lake Worth
Road), and just a few blocks east of US-1, in view of the Lake Worth Lagoon.

Full details are at the Red Wagon website, or give us a call at (561)
493-3190. John says, "Do visit!"

John Cutrone
Red Wagon Bookworks
1301 North O Street
Lake Worth, Florida 33460-1937
http://www.redwagonbookworks.com

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