Lawyer/author to speak at Sunset River Marketplace on Sept. 10
Otis L. Lee, Jr.. is scheduled to present a program at Sunset River Marketplace art gallery in Calabash, NC as part of the gallery’s ongoing Coffee With the Authors series. The event will take place on Thursday, Sept. 10 from 10 to 11 a.m. Coffee and breakfast treats will be served.
Lee’s memoir, “From South Boston to Cambridge: the Making of One Philadelphia Lawyer,” is written as a novel. Through the course of the book Lee traces the history of his own family, one of Charlottesville, Virginia’s notable families. Highlighting personal and professional experiences, including some from his childhood and teen years in Charlottesville in the 60s and his trials in Chicago as an aspiring lawyer to his triumphs in Philadelphia, his story is one of courage, perseverance, business acumen and success.
The event at Sunset River Marketplace is free, but seating is limited so reservations are required. Register by clicking here and adding Coffee With the Authors to your cart. Or you can call 910-575-5999 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. From the Home page, just click News/Blog and then Coffee With the Authors to download a schedule and read about upcoming author events.
About Sunset River Marketplace
Sunset River Marketplace showcases work by over 200 North and South Carolina artists, and houses some 10,000 square feet of artwork in virtually every genre. Custom framing, painting and pottery classes and art workshops are also offered through the gallery. Since opening its doors in 2002, Sunset River Marketplace has supported not only the visual arts, but literary and performing arts, as well. It has become a popular community center and art hub for both Brunswick County and nearby Horry County, SC.
Sunset River Marketplace is located at 10283 Beach Drive SW, Calabash, N.C. Regular hours are Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information call 910-575-5999 or visit the website: www. sunsetrivermarketplace.com. For daily updates, “like” the gallery’s Facebook page.