Artist Pat Hunter will autograph and sell her newest release with author Janice Stevens from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, at in the parlor of the Cambria Historical Society museum. The book, titled “An Artist and a Writer Travel Highway 1 Central,” covers the local coastal area.
Hunter will also have prints and note cards, along with copies of their last book “Remembering the California Missions.”
The public also will be able to purchase tickets at the museum for the Historical Society’s Annual Recognitions Banquet, scheduled for Sunday Feb. 22. The banquet at the Cambria Pines Lodge will feature speaker Dan Krieger, Cal Poly history professor emeritus and The Tribune’s weekly historical columnist. Krieger will speak about “Mission Trails to La Playa: Cambria and the San Simeon Ranchos of Missions San Miguel Arcangel and San Antonio de Padua.”
The backyard nursery will have heirloom roses and plants for sale, adjacent to the tent for the Art and Wine Festival. Tickets for the Chamber of Commerce event are available in advance only at the chamber’s office, not the museum, located at 2251 Center Street at Burton Drive.
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For information, call Penny Church at 927-1442.