Stew Off Hunger!!
October 27-November 1
Stone Soup's annual soup benefit for our local soup kitchen, Disciple's Kitchen
All week October 27 - November 1,
we will offer Stone Soup's
"Customer SOUP Favorites!"
& of course our signature
Stone Soup (Vegetable Beef).
You can come in and enjoy some of your favorite soups and/or stock freezer with Bowls ($5) or Quarts ($10).
We will donate 25% of all SOUP sales for the entire week to Waynesboro's Interfaith Disciple's Kitchen, our local soup kitchen.
YOU enjoy a delicious meal AND you help your neighbor!
PRE-ORDER your Quarts now!
Monday, October 27th 5:30 - 6:30PM
Vine & Verse
A time for sharing poetry
Fourth Mondays 5:30 pm
in our Hearth Room
Sit back sipping and listen to poetry with Stone Soup’s “Of Vine & Verse”! A very informal and casual gathering of friendly folks who love poetry (or want to). Bring a favorite poem to share or just come to enjoy others' favorites.
October 31 4-8PM
TrICK or TrEAT BOOKS
(A non-sugar, Halloween treat from your neighborhood bookstore!)
FREE Books to Kid's in Costume
Then stick around for some spooky tales...6:30-7:30
Halloween storytelling at Stone Soup Books!
Local story-tellers will share some spooky tales some familiar some new some stone soup ghostly. Warm up with Stew and settle down for a tale or two.
Stone Soup's Author Luncheon
Saturday, November 1 @12PM
with Author Mary Morony
"If you liked to Kill a Mockingbird and The Help, you'll love Apron Strings. A quintessential story of life in the south...Mary Morony's rich characters, twisting plot, and beautiful writing shows that love has no color."
- Sissy Spacek
Stone Soup Lunch Reservation - $10/person
Book - $14.95/Signed Copy
Can't join us for Lunch...Join us @ 1:30 for an author signing! Luncheon includes Lunch Entrée, Dessert of the Day or Cookie, Coffee or Tea & lively discussion led by author Mary Morony.
Friday November 7th at 5:30pm!
BOOK LAUNCH of SOUNDINGS,
by Emily Hancock
Come join us as we celebrate the publication of SOUNDINGS, a book of haiku, by Stone Soup's former staff member and host at "Of Vine & Verse", Emily Hancock.
This limited edition book, produced at St Brigid Press, will collect over thirty of Emily's haiku, each a small meditation on being in nature and the nature of being, as well as three prints from her original block carvings. All of the type is set by hand, letterpress printed on beautiful mould-made paper, and hand-sewn with linen thread.
On Friday, November 7th, at 5:30pm, Emily will give a short reading and sign copies of the book, which may be purchased at that time from Stone Soup. Light refreshments will be provided, with dinner available from the cafe.
Hope to see you there!
Tuesday, November 18th @ 7PM
Our third Tuesday Book Discussion
Last in our Arm-Chair Travel Series
by Bruce Chatwin