Letís Get Wobblie: a fundraising event for the Joe Hill Centennial Celebration.
Date: Saturday, May 23rd at 7:00 PM
Location: Ken Sanders Rare Books (268 S. 200 E. | SLC, UT 84111)
Ken Sanders Rare Books presentsÖLetís Get Wobblie: a fundraising event for the Joe Hill Centennial Celebration. Live musical guests include Duncan Phillips, Kate MacLeod, Kyle Wulle, and Morgan Snow. Ken Sanders Rare Books is pleased to announce a live concert with Duncan Phillips, Kate MacLeod, Kyle Wulle, and Morgan Snow on Saturday, May 23rd at 7:00 pm at our downtown bookstore (268 South 200 East, SLC, UT). Please join us for a night of music and storytelling. This event is a fundraiser for the Joe Hill Organizing Committee for the Joe Hill Centennial Celebration (http://joehill2015.org/). Donations will be accepted on the night of the event. Donations will be accepted on the night of the event. You may also visit the official fundraising website to make a donation: http://joehill2015.org/donate/ View Details
Dear Friends of KSRB,
Myself and a group of like minded individuals including John Sillito, Kate MacLeod, Duncan Phillips, Lori Taylor, Bruce Plenk and many others have formed a nonprofit organization to celebrate the celebration of the life of labor organizer and songwriter, Joe Hill, on the centennial of his execution by the state of Utah by firing squad.
We are attempting to raise funds to support the big Joe Hill concert in Sugarhouse Park on Saturday, September 5th. Judy Collins has agreed to headline the concert, and local musicians Kate Macleod, Duncan Phillips, and many others are all on the bill. We need to raise funds to pay the musicians and put on the concert.
Please join us in keeping the memory of Joe Hill alive. There will be numerous other activities throughout the fall; including readings at our book shop, a Joe Hill play, and a vigil in November.
Please visit the official fundraising site here...and please share with your friends:
We will be exhibiting at the following book fairs this winter/spring, hope to see you there!
New York Antiquarian Book Fair
The Park Avenue Armory - 643 Park Avenue, at 67th Street
April 11 (8:00-4:00)
The Manhattan Vintage Book & Ephemera Fair
Church of St. Vincent Ferrer - 869 Lexington Ave. at 66th St.
Ken Sanders Rare Books Catalogue #48 is NOW AVAILABLE.
Print copies are also available. Please contact us if you would like to receive a print copy by mail (no charge). firstname.lastname@example.org
Catalogue #48 features new acquisitions in the fields of Utah & the Mormons, Native & Western Americana, Maps & Photographs, and Illustrated Books & Wordless Novels. Catalogue 48 also features some fantastic original artworks for sale, and an exciting Charles Bukowski archive.