Wed, Aug 25|
Words in the Garden with Debbie Bradford and Katie Cash
Join us for music and insight!
Time & Location
Aug 25, 2021, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM CDT
Eureka Springs, 194 Spring St, Eureka Springs, AR 72632, USA
About the Event
“Words from the Garden” is a weekly, alfresco literary salon from the Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow (WCDH) and the Eureka Springs Carnegie Library. Every Wednesday through the summer at 4:30 pm, local writers and/or visiting WCDH writers-in-residence will present a reading and Q&A under the tent in the Eureka Springs Carnegie Library Garden at 188 Spring Street (south of the Carnegie Library Gardens Building). The readings are free and open to all. Wednesday, August 25, will feature Katie Cash, a singer/songwriter from Austin, and Eureka Springs writer, artist, and photographer Mariellen Griffith.
Katie Cash writes songs that will touch your heart. After graduating from Berklee College of Music, Katie Moved to Austin, Texas, where she is one of Austin’s up-and-coming singer/songwriters. Her pure, clear, expressive voice brings her songs to life in a unique style that blends jazz, blues, pop, and folk. Her songs are touching stories about the human experience, from disappointment and death to joy and peanut butter. Cash released her debut album, “Dear Katie,” in 2014. It debuted at #22 on the U.S. Folk charts. Learn more about Katie at www.katiecashsongs.com.
Debbie Bell Bradford is a freelance writer and public speaker from Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Her love for history gave her the opportunity to do a compilation of articles for the Alabama Bicentennial for a local newspaper that was later printed as The Bicentennial Trail of Colbert County. Her on going personal ministry is sharing her published book, Finding Joy on Your Journey Through Grief. During the last year she also includes a pamphlet, Inspiration for the Days of COVID. Debbie is involved with the Shoals Civic league, Town and Country Garden Club, PEO, and Old Brick Presbyterian Church. She enjoys traveling, writing, painting, exploring with her grandchildren, hiking, gardening, music, a good glass of wine, and a nice cup of coffee.
Since opening its doors to writers in 2000, the Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow has made a lasting impact on the arts and literary communities providing uninterrupted residency time for writers of all genres, including culinary, composers, and artists, without discrimination. The WCDH has hosted over 1,700 writers from 48 states and 13 countries. For more information, please visit www.writerscolony.org or call Michelle Hannon at (479)253-7444.
Tickets are not needed.