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  • Coral Gables Museum Hosts “Building a Dream” Book Signing
    May 20, 2010 - 6:00pm to May 20, 2010 - 12:00am
    Coral Gables Museum (Community Room)
    285 Aragon Avenue

    The Coral Gables Museum invites the public to a very special book signing and unveiling. Student authors of “Building a Dream”, a beautiful book detailing the development and architectural heritage of the City of Coral Gables, will be on hand to sign books and discuss their contributions to the project.  The students, who were participants in Shenandoah Middle Museum Magnet School Program, completed 15 hand-bound editions of the book last year.

    The book was so well-received that a group composed of The Villagers, Lynn Bauer, Claire-Frances Whitehurst and Robert Fewell decided to fund further production of the book.  “Building a Dream” will be available for sale with proceeds to benefit children’s educational programs at the Museum.  The book signing and sale will be the first public event to be held in the new Community Room at the Museum. For further information, please call (305) 910-3996 or e-mail [email protected].

    The Coral Gables Museum invites the public to a very special book signing and unveiling. Student authors of “Building a Dream”, a beautiful book detailing the development and architectural heritage of the City of Coral Gables, will be on hand to sign books and discuss their contributions to the project.  The students, who were participants in Shenandoah Middle Museum Magnet School Program, completed 15 hand-bound editions of the book last year.

    The book was so well-received that a group composed of The Villagers, Lynn Bauer, Claire-Frances Whitehurst and Robert Fewell decided to fund further production of the book.  “Building a Dream” will be available for sale with proceeds to benefit children’s educational programs at the Museum.  The book signing and sale will be the first public event to be held in the new Community Room at the Museum. For further information, please call (305) 910-3996 or e-mail [email protected].