Sat, Mar 19|
And the Women Gather Literary Event-DeLand
Never before in DeLand.Three Best Selling Authors, Live music, Women coming from New York, Georgia and All over Florida for fun,laughter,to celebrate Womens month and maybe a little tears.
Time & Location
Mar 19, 2022, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, FL 32720, USA
About the Event
Desert Sage Lifestyle Wellness Award winning And the Women Gather Literary Jazz Event.
Three Best Selling Authors, live music. Women coming from all over Florida, New York and Virginia.
Proceeds go to Footprints Foundation Scholarship Fund to train doctors in Africa.
Friday Evening Opening Reception West
Volusia Historic Society.
137 W. Michigan Ave
After Party Elusive Grape
- Address: 129 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand, Florida 32720
- Phone: (386) 785-2467
7:30pm Till ?
Saturday Night Prix Fixe Menu at Cress Restaurant at 7pm.
103 W INDIANA AVENUE
DELAND, FLORIDA 32720
Welcome Dessert Sage
Prices are inclusive of 3-course dinner, tax and gratuity
Seasonally Inspired Amuse Bouche
Soup or Salad
local greens, citrus-ginger emulsion dressing, smoked grape tomatoes, roasted grapes, toasted walnuts, manchego
CHEF’S SEASONALLY INSPIRED SOUP OF THE DAY
crème fraiche, herb croutons
Entrees (guest choice of one)
HERB CRUSTED LOCAL FISH OF THE DAY $69
roasted seasonal vegetables, cress grits, roasted corn pico de gallo, salsa verde, citrus beurre blanc
GARLIC & ROSEMARY BASTED PRIME FILET MIGNON $80
roasted plum & red wine coulis, stilton infused yukon potato au gratin, roasted brussels with cranberry & bacon lardon,
bleu cheese whipped crème fraiche, balsamic reduction
BELL & EVANS FARM CHICKEN ROULADE $59
braised greens, pan roasted baby yukon potatoes, poultry jus
BELUGA LENTIL & VEGETABLE TERRINE $56
roasted red potatoes, roasted seasonal vegetables, sauteed exotic mushrooms, smoked tomato glaze, fig & red wine reduction
Dessert (guest choice of one)
SEASONALLY INSPIRED BREAD PUDDING
house caramel, crème chantilly
ORANGE INFUSED VANILLA BEAN CRÈME BRULEE
Authors. Dr Randi Nelson.Ladynomics
Dr. Randi B. Nelson is an acclaimed pediatrician and financial wellness expert. She is also a nationally recognized author, speaker, and consultant. In addition, she is a sought-after media expert regarding children and young adult health issues, and financial wellness due to her extensive 14-year career as a Vice President in investment banking.
Attorney Mary Adkins.Chesterfield Smith. America’s Lawyer.
Mary Adkins is a Master Legal Skills Professor at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. Adkins teaches legal writing. In addition, she is faculty liaison to the First District Appellate American Inn of Court, and has presented nationally matters related to legal writing. She is Immediate Past Chair of the AALS Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research, and serves on the Board of Directors of the Association of Legal Writing Directors.
Professor Adkins has researched the history of the 1968 Florida Constitution and its revisions and has presented dozens of times on Florida constitutional history. She has published two books: Making Modern Florida: How the Spirit of Reform Shaped a New Constitution, in 2016, and Chesterfield Smith, America’s Lawyer, in 2020, which won the 2020 Rembert Patrick Award, presented by the Florida Historical Society for best scholarly work on a topic of Florida history.
Author James "Zach" Zacharias
Senior Curator of Education and Curator of History
Museum of Arts and Sciences Daytona Beach, Florida
-Florida Forts: On the Edge of Empire-Discover the amazing forts that now sit as relics to a bygone age in Florida History. The Spanish, English, French, and Americans all built major fortifications to control the all-important strategic peninsula. Uncover the history of Florida through historic forts such as Fort Caroline, Fort Clinch, St Augustine Castillo, Fort Pickens, Fort Christmas, and many more. Learn about Florida History through its amazing forts.
African Americans in Fashion History:40 Icons Who helped Shaped the Industry.
A.E Browne and J. Radcliff Illustrator
Rev Amy Carol Webb, Folk Singer and Acoustic Guitarist.
Reverend Amy knew since she was a child in Oklahoma that she wanted to preach and sing when she grew up. After graduating from Oklahoma Christian University with a BSE in Performing Arts, followed by careers in marketing, music education and music performance and production including nine independent CD’s -- Amy’s long and winding spiritual road led her to Unitarian Universalism. Here she found her full voice and finally answered her heart’s young wish, and enrolled in seminary. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Andover Newton Theological School, and was ordained in May 2011 by the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton, where she had served for three years as a Student Minister, then Intern Minister.
Rev. Amy continues to minister through music, seeking to expand and explore the humanity in divinity and the divinity in humanity with emphasis on developing new Unitarian Universalist music. She is the composer of the justice anthem “STAND!” which debuted at the 2010 Unitarian Universalist Association's General Assembly and has been taken up by UU congregations and justice champions around the world, as well as the call to action “Tell Somebody!” released at the UUA General Assembly 2012.
As an educator, Reverend Amy has taught music, creative writing, songwriting and life-skills development from the halls of the University of Miami and Dartmouth to the cells of maximum security women’s prisons in Broward and Homestead. As a performer she’s played from the Kennedy Center to some of the most hallowed festival stages. She is a Charter Fellow of Noel Paul Stookey’s “Music2Life Foundation,” working for justice through music by nurturing the next generation of music activists. “The music is a ministry of itself,” she says. “And it led me to the ministry life I now cherish.”
Reverend Amy lives with her spouse of 18 years, Brooke Bell. They have two grown sons, Graham, who lives in New York City, and Alexander who lives in Basel, Switzerland with their precious granddaughter, Ava.
“Ministry,” Amy says, “is at its depth a continuing conversation among our authentic, imperfect selves within the shelter of compassion, joy and faith that we may heed the call to be transformed and transform our world.”
DeLand Historic Hotel
Bodhi and Sol
Trinity United Methodist.
DRESS PRETTY. MASK REQUIRED
Meet Amy Carol Webb.
And the Women Gather Literary
Desert Sage Annual Literary Event.Three best selling women authors. Music. Women will be coming from all over Florida. Open reception Friday March 18,2022, Historic Society. Sponsors- Muse Bookstore. Early Bird Ticket. After February 28 Ticket price. $30.