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Annual Crowns Hat Show

Emmi MacIntyre
3 p.m., Saturday February 23

Books & Co. at The Greene will host the 11th annual Crowns Hat Show.

As in the past, Sharon Howard of the Dayton Development Coalition will emcee the event, which highlights extraordinary hats worm by area women.
 
The program in 2001 when Books & Co. introduced the book Crowns: Portraits of Black Women in Church Hats, and it’s been a hit ever since.   You won’t want to miss it.
 
For more information, please contact Sharon Kelly Roth at 937-429-6302.



Where: Books & Co. (Beavercreek)
Phone: 937-429-2169
Address: 4453 Walnut St.
Website: http://www.booksandco.com/

Books & Co. (Beavercreek)

4453 Walnut St.
Beavercreek, OH
45440
 
Large independent bookstore offering author readings/signings and other events.
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