Tonight at The Grove, 7pm, Barnes & Noble bookstore, our friend, co-knitter and co-blogger, Laurie Perry, will be reading from her new book ["Home Is Where the Wine Is: Making the Most of What You've Got One Stitch (and Cocktail!) at a Time"] and signing copies. Many of the WeHo SnB group will be in attendance, toting their yarny projects. For those of you that hang at our regular table at the Original Farmers Market, please let late-comers know where we are!! Thanks!
This is the last weekend of Chinese New Year. It's the year of the tiger. There's a huge celebration and the 32nd Annual Los Angeles Chinatown Firecracker 5K/10K Run, Bike Ride and Nite 'n Day Festival. The festival is Saturday and Sunday.
On Saturday, Liz and I are taking Christine for a post-b-day lunch at Chez Nous in Toluca Lake. I'm looking forward to a sophisticated ladies luncheon. Later on Saturday, I'll be heading over to the Fairview Branch of the Santa Monica Library for our SnB from 3:30 - 5:30. I have lots of yummy new yarn for show and tell.
Next Wednesday, March 3rd our fellow WeHo SnB member, Kyle is holding a silent auction and raffle benefiting AIDS Project L.A. It's from 6-9pm at the Toluca Lake Marie Callender's. There are some wonderful items for the raffle, including, but not limited to an IPod Touch, various knitted and crocheted items, artwork and more.
Plan a great weekend! Maybe we'll run into each other.