We are excited to announce that local composer and pianist Kevin Olson will be coming to the Book Table on Saturday, March 25 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm! He has a wide variety of music in all styles for all levels and even has a few books on how to write music yourself! He will be performing some of his favorite compositions and talking about his music. All Kevin Olson compositions will be 15% off during this time so be sure to come down to meet him and pick up some of his music!
Free music for the first 30 people here!!!
Darrin Smith’s popular book made in partnership with the Herald Journal, How Beautiful: A Pictorial History on the Logan Temple, now has a companion documentary DVD! Taking even more photos from his extensive research on the Logan Temple, Darrin narrates and voice actors play parts of historic figures to tell the history of Cache Valley’s icon. Intended to be one of three parts, this first DVD shows what went into the planning and building of the temple. An excellent gift for anyone who grew up around Cache Valley or is interested in temple history.
Darrin will be at the Book Table on March 23 from 12-3 p.m. to sign copies of his work and chat about his latest venture with those who stop by. Come see!
The Book Table welcomes author Rod L. Meldrum this Thursday, September 28, from 5-8 p.m.
Book Signing: 5 -6:30 p.m.
Special Presentation: 6:30-8 p.m.
Author of several books and a DVD chronicling DNA evidences in the Book of Mormon, Rod is a distinguished figure in the Latter-day Saint scientific community. His most recent book, Exploring the Book of Mormon in America’s Heartland, is a beautiful pictorial about the scientific evidence Rod says proves the events in the Book of Mormon actually took place in North America. This is a must-read for any science or history buff. Come get his book signed, then hang around for the presentation at 6:30 about his research that proves the Book of Mormon’s authenticity.
Bring a friend, bring a date, bring your mom/brother/sister/grandma… We’ll see you there.
Liz Lemon Swindle’s artwork has touched many for years. Her emotional, realistic portrayals have gained her a place along revered LDS artists such as Greg Olsen and Simon Dewey.
And on Friday, May 20, she’ll be visiting our store.
Her artwork started small–hanging on the family refrigerator at home in rural Utah. She went on to study fine arts at Utah State University. Eventually she tutored under wildlife artist Nancy Glazier, and a decade later began painting about the LDS faith.Her artwork–which includes two marvelous series about Joseph Smith and Jesus Christ–hangs in collections all over the world.
Who: Liz Lemon Swindle
What: An artist signing/visit
When: Friday, May 20, from 4-6 pm
Where: The Book Table in Logan, UT
Be sure to stop by the Logan Tabernacle at 7 pm to hear her speak.
See you there!