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Fall Fashion Preview, Fine Art Raffle & Children’s Book Signing
October 20, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pmFREE
Join us at Dover Saddlery in Crofton for an afternoon of fall equestrian fashion, art, books and all things equine! The latest in fall fashion will be on display complete with special discounts on select items. Participate in the raffle and you may take your favorite style home for free!
Charlie Davenport, a local artist, has painted a beautiful, one of a kind canvas in ink, watercolor and pencil on canvas. Her work will be on display and a raffle ticket is your opportunity to own this unique piece. (See Charlie’s bio below)
PLUS, you will have the chance to meet Lois Szymanski, a local children’s author who writes about Chincoteague Ponies, & get your very own signed copy of one of her books! What a great way to start your holiday shopping!
The event is free and proceeds support MTR’s therapies and activities. We hope to see you there!
Questions? Call 410.923.6800 or email events@MTRinc.org
Charlie was born in Munich Germany, starting painting at the age of 5 at the same she was designing clothes.Her mother always said if someone else can make it, she saw no reason that her children couldn’t do the same. So all six children are very resourceful and creative! She loves painting simply because it brings joy to others – she is very humble and blessed.
My paintings have sold in Frankfurt, Paris, California, and now Annapolis (wonderful community of beautiful people).
Lois says the books she read as a child changed her life and led her on the writer’s path. It was through childhood books like “Misty of Chincoteague” that she fell in love with the horses she writes about today.
Szymanski is one of seven children, raised in Reisterstown, MD until she was a teen and her family moved 100 miles west to Sidling Hill Mountain in Warfordsburg, PA. Today, she resides in Union Mills, Maryland.
Szymanski’s short stories have appeared in a long list of children’s magazines, including Highlights for Children, U*S*Kids Magazine, Turtle Magazine for Preschoolers and Hopscotch Magazine for Girls. Today, she works as a weekly correspondent for her local newspaper, The Carroll County Times, while continuing to write books.