Jan Karon holds Oct. 6 author event in Black Mountain

Press release from The Friends of the Black Mountain/Tyson Library:

The Friends of the Black Mountain/Tyson Library is proud to present “At Home in Black Mountain with Jan Karon” on Sunday, Oct. 6, from 3:00-5:00 pm at the Blue Ridge Assembly. The afternoon will include an interview-style conversation, reception and afternoon tea, so please try to join us for this very special occasion!

Jan Karon is a #1 WSJ and NYT bestselling author, best known for her beloved series of Mitford novels featuring the fictional village of Mitford and Father Timothy. Jan is also the author of twelve other books, including a cookbook and several books for children.

Jan won’t be signing books at the event, but guests may reserve a signed hardback copy of her latest book, “Bathed in Prayer,” in advance for an extra charge. Visit SassafrasOnSutton.com before Friday, Sept. 20, to reserve a copy. Your book will be waiting for you at the event!

Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite or at the Black Mountain/Tyson Library (cash or check only) for $35. Ticket refunds will not be available. Event seating is limited to 135 guests and is sure to be popular, so don’t wait to get your tickets. All proceeds benefit the Black Mountain/Tyson Library.

Thank you to these event sponsors for making this opportunity possible: The Mitford Childrens Foundation, The Blue Ridge Assembly, Sassafras On Sutton, Robert E. King, CPA, and Carolyn and Dave Johnson.

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