Book sign­ing, sig­na­ture drink re­cep­tion

The Advance of Bucks County - - NEWTOWN AREA -

The New­town Li­brary Com­pany will host a book si­Jn­inJ at 7:30 p.m. on March 8 at the Li­brary, 114 E. Cen­tre Av­enue, New­town. The event is free for li­brary mem­bers and $10 per per­son for non-mem­bers, and in­cludes an open bar of a siJ­na­ture cock­tail and hors d’oeu­vres. Bucks County’s own au­thor, -eanette Fusco, will present her lat­est book, “SeaJate House, LeJa­cies of LonJ Beach Is­land,” a work of his­tor­i­cal fic­tion which traces a fam­ily’s his­tory on LonJ Beach Is­land and in­land. It in­cludes sto­ries of New­town, the Bat­tle of Tren­ton and other siJnif­i­cant events throuJh a first per­son nar­ra­tive. The book beJins in early 1600, re­flect­inJ the al­most bar­ren is­land in­hab­ited by early whalers and first spot­ted by Henry Hud­son. You will be sure to find the book in­for­ma­tive and en­liJht­en­inJ while it en­ter­tains you with lo­cal lore. Con­sis­tent with the theme of “SeaJate House,” the li­brary will of­fer the “Beach­comber” as its siJ­na­ture drink. This should Jet ev­ery­one ready for the sum­mer and pro­vide re­fresh­ment while rec­ol­lect­inJ sum­mers “down the shore.” De­li­cious snacks round out what prom­ises to be an eveninJ of Jreat cheer and ca­ma­raderie. The New­town Li­brary Com­pany has been serv­inJ the com­mu­nity since 1760 and is lo­cated in New­town BorouJh. It is the old­est li­brary in Bucks County. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit the li­brary or loJ onto its Face­book paJe at www.Face­book.com/new­town­li­brary, or call at 215-968-7659.

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