Saturday, August 24
Do you know Tasha Tudor? She was an American illustrator and the author of many beautifully illustrated children’s books, who chronicled her life in Corgi Cottage, her lovely home in Vermont. Though she died in 2008, her legacy lives on for her many admirers.
This event celebrates the many joys of Tasha Tudor’s life. It’s a gathering of those who love and respect the wonderful work that Tasha Tudor accomplished as an author and illustrator, and whose highly regarded works reflected her genuine love of life in the 1800’s.
We’ll enjoy a delicious luncheon tastefully decorated with flowers provided by the Macedon Garden Club and have the chance to meet Chet Fery, affectionately dubbed “The Bread Man.” A retired educator, Fery has baked more than 100,000 loaves of bread and given them away to people in the Rochester area as a means of raising kindness. Find out more about his experiences and how his simple loaves help to make our world just a bit better for everyone.
A reservation must be made to attend this special event. All reservations are due by August 12th. The fee of $15.00 covers the food, beverages, and materials involved in creating this festive occasion. A required registration form for the event may be picked up at and turned in to the library. Payment will also be collected at the library when you submit your registration.