Please join us this Saturday for a very special pop up on our patio in support of Greenville’s Cancer Survivors Park. We’ll have artists and writers on hand who have worked to commemorate this beautiful public project, and all of the proceeds from their items will go to support the park.
Author Stephanie Morgan and illustrator Marquin Campbell will be on hand from 10AM-11AM to sign copies of their book Sunshine For The Soul, which was made to honor the memory of Lindsey Motley, whose father Tom Bates is the president of board of the the Cancer Survivors Park Alliance. Tom and other members of the CSPA board will be available to answer questions about the park, and further describe its mission in our city.
We’re also excited to host local artist Yuri Tsuzuki and her picture book, Do Butterflies Dream? In these pages, the butterfly’s journey from darkness into light becomes a symbol of transformation, hope, growth, struggle, beauty and freedom. She will be available from 10AM-noon.
Greenville artist Dorothy Shain will be on hand with the silk scarves she created as a tribute to all those who have been touched by cancer. Images from nature and the Cancer Survivors Park creatively symbolize the healing process— the blue heron’s adaptability to change, the lion’s strength and courage, the butterfly’s struggle to be open to a new life. Dorothy will be available from 10AM-noon.