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Great To See You At The Story Book Festival

How wonderful to see everyone out and about at The Story Book Festival, it was a Fantastical Day…

The Story Book Festival

Thank You for stopping by to visit with Dani Lynn the author of  The Fairy Tale Project, don’t forget to give the gift  of a Magical Fairy Tale Fantasy this Holiday Season, the Trilogy is available at Amazon.com

Thank You to Holly Bronkowski and the City Of Pembroke Pines for sharing these amazing photo’s.

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The Story Book Festival 11/12/2014

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The Story Book Festival

Please join author Dani Lynn and I at The Story Book Festival and check out the latest edition of the Fairytale Project Trilogy now available on Amazon.com.

The Story Book Festival

Among other surprises this fun filled day will include a very special appearance by LADDLE THE LEAPFROG.”

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Looking forward to seeing you at the Festival!

 Saturday, November 15th 2014, 10:00 am – 4:30pm

Southwest Regional Library, 16835 Sheridan Street, Pembroke Pines, FL 33331, USA


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Ghoulish Gaurdians Pumpkin Carving Contest

Jacklyn Laflamme Ghoulish Guardians 2013

Jacklyn Laflamme Jill Slaughter

 Sun Sentinel – Speacial – Needs Group Among Those painting pumpkins at community garden.

Local adults with special needs recently demonstrated their creative talents in Pembroke Pines.

More than 30 people from the nonprofit Circle of Friends & Stars painted unique versions of Halloween icons as part of Ghoulish Guardians, a pumpkin carving and painting contest at the Pembroke Pines Community Garden.

“We like to take them on field trips. This is a special event today to work on something completely silly,” said Dixie Lee Hedrington, Circle of Friends & Stars’ executive director.

The event was open to the public, and free pumpkins were available to those wanting to carve jack-o’-lanterns using provided implements.

“We are a city not only dedicated to arts and culture, but to making events accessible and affordable to the public,” said Jill Slaughter, Pembroke Pines’ curator of special projects, who organized the event.  Read More

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Jacklyn Laflamme, artist in residence at the city’s Studio 18, was one of three competition judges.

“This is just one more opportunity as an artist to be out in the community and contributing,” Laflamme said. “As an artist, to be able to give back to the community is a win-win.”