|A night view of the New York Trapeze School in Greenwich Village on the Hudson River|
Get into the swing of things before the holiday season rolls all over you! If you love New York (and who doesn't), join us at a Greenwich Village-centric book fair, organized by the Greenwich Village Society for Historical Preservation:
Books About Greenwich Village Make Great Holiday Gifts!
A Book Fair with authors and their books about the Village
Tuesday, November 17
6:30 – 8:00 P.M.
It's free, but reservations are required.
Click HERE to register.
Hudson Park Library, 66 Leroy Street, bet. 7th Ave South and Hudson St. (not wheelchair accessible) directions
Together in one room, we are happy to assemble a collection of diverse books about the history, architecture, people, and culture of the Greenwich Village area, so you can get a head start on your holiday shopping. Or you may want to buy them all for yourself!
Robert Herman: The New Yorkers,
Lynn Robin and Francis Morrone: Guide to New York City Urban Landscapes,
James & Karla Murray: Store Fronts, New York Nights,
Janko Puls: Point of View New York City,
Brian Rose: Metamorphosis,
Ellen Shumsky: Decade of Progress 1968-1978, and
Robin Shulman: Eat the City
will be on hand to sign copies of the books you purchase. GVSHP's own book, Greenwich Village Stories, will be available too. What great gifts these will make, and all in one room!