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Pychic Night at Books, ETC.

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April 25 -Psychic Night: On Friday, April 25 at 6:30 PM, Psychic Night at books, ETC. Carol Cieslinski will be reading in an audience setting. Feel free to bring a trinket with you for Carol to read. It should have history to it and keep it concealed until asked to show. Beverages and appetizers provided. Admission is $20 per person at the door. This is for entertainment only. Silvery Moon Jewelry, one of the sponsors of the evening will also be showing their creative pieces. Seating is limited so please make a reservation by emailing books_etc@yahoo.com or by calling John Cieslinski at 585-474-4116. Books, ETC., 78 W. Main St., Macedon, NY.

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Healing Circle at Books, ET.

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Apr 24 – Healing Circle: On Thursday, April 24 at 6:30 PM, Healing Circle at Books, ETC. Participants meet to vision good health and promote healing in themselves as well as in their friends. The idea of the activities is to promote positive thinking and ways to choose the best elements that will keep each other healthy and happy. This program is free and open to the public. We will meet at Books, ETC., 78 W Main St., Macedon. If you have any questions, please respond by email books_etc@yahoo.com or phone John Cieslinski at 585-474-4116.

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PartyLite at Books, ETC.

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Apr 23 – PartyLite: On Wednesday, April 23 at 6:30 PM, Partylite at Books, ETC. Here is a wonderful chance to have fun and see a wide selection of candels and accessories. Catherine Dodge will show and demonstrate many beautiful items. You can also order on-line at www.partylite.biz/catherinedodge. There will be many lovely door prizes for those who attend. Meet at Books, ETC. 78 W. Main St., Macedon NY. For more information call John Cieslinski at 585-474-4116 or email books_etc@yahoo.com.

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Macedon History Alive! at Books, ETC.

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Apr 22 - Macedon History Alive!: On Tuesday, April 22 at 5:00 PM Macedon History Alive! At Books, ETC. There are many ways to celebrate our history and we now have three wonderful ideas to make this happen. The old, the new and the present are important in this celebration. One of the major aspects will be a founding meeting with historical intent. This meeting is free and open to the public. History Alive! at Books, ETC., 78 W. Main St., Macedon NY. John Cieslinski, 585-474-4115 or email books_etc@yahoo.com.

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Homespun's Easter Blessing

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HOMESPUN'S EASTER BLESSINGS You asked me "what flowers do you have in your garden?" And my immediate thought was "not many, It's early spring!"........... and yet I came to realize that scattered throughout the elementary stages of my garden there was life expanding. You asked me, "How large is your garden?" ......... And my illuminating thought was, "Beyond measure." Entering a new phase of my life, I am in the process of expanding my vision of hope. We HAVE created a garden of love, and above and beyond all of the elementary expressions of our yard, there is also the essence of forever spring. Seeing beyond the norm is a wonderful way to live life. Long before the actual trowel and tractor touched our yard, I could see the fluorescent essence of a place worth cultivating. Long before we helped this garden to come into existence, I visualized its potential as a place of healing grace. This has been accomplished. As we move into a new way to view the old, we shall be blessed beyond compare as the radiant source of nature's evolutionary complete shall find dignity in the place of our choice - Para-Deys Acres. We shall blend our meager abilities with the vastly incomprehensible power of God's Witness in our lives, and sharing this domain shall be our constant joy! Mercy in our lives has been established. Whoever or whatever we become in future domain, we shall remember the place of our choice - a garden of peaceful decree, and motivating in the way of hope - share this with others. Have you seen our lovely new bridge? Built by my husband with a caring and creative hand, we celebrate this lovely focal point in our yard. Step by step we remember the promise of a work well established, and it is our privilege to attend this Garden of Peace. The lilac buds are doing their thing, daffodils are peaking up. Bunnies and squirrels are running all over the woods, and Pakia, our beautiful, lazy Husky is sleeping in the sun. Who could ask for more? A blessed Easter to all who celebrate life as a whole, and to the rest "Happy Spring to you." May your days be filled with promise. Most sincerely, and with the extending vision of the good life expanding in love - Carol Elaine Deys Serenity Chapel @ Para-Deys Acres April 13th, 2014

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A Holocaust Survival Story

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Apr 19 – Aldo Villagrossi: On Saturday, April 19 at 2:00 PM, Aldo Villagrossi at Books, ETC. Aldo is also a writer, musician, husband, father, and businessman. He has translated the book, The Girl From Sighet from English into Italian, La ragazza di Sighet. This is the story of Hindi Rothbart, a holocaust survivor. The translation is now famous throughout Italy and was honored with the 2013 book of rememberance award. There is a twist to the story. During WWII, Adolfo Villagrossi, Aldo's uncle, was forced into the fascist Italian military. He never supported Mussolini nor adopted the beliefs. Secretly he and others plotted against the fascist. His group of soldiers were on a mission in Hungary where they stayed in the village of Sighet. Among the soldiers, there were many musicians and they played in the homes of Jewish families there in Sighet. Adolfo met Hindi during this situation and they fell in love. The war however took its toll. Hindi and her family were captured by the Germans and placed in Auschwitz. Despite attempts by Adolfo to have her family released, she was not freed until the Russians entered. And then even more abuse was experienced. Hindi eventually made it to the US and lived until last year in California. She thought Adolfo had died during the war. Hindi married into the Friedman family. (Pure coincidence that my name is the same). Adolfo passed away in the early 90's never having known that Hindi had survived. The Villagrossi family had known that Adolfo had fallen in love during the war years but they did not have the name to trace. One day, not that many years ago, Aldo google searched his uncles name. It came up as a character in Hindi's book. He reached out to her and was befriended by Hindi and P'nenah Goldstein who assisted Hindi with the writing. They agreed to allow Aldo to translate the story. Besides coming to setup the business here in Rochester, Aldo will also be looking to do readings from the book. This event is free and open to the public. Meet at Books, ETC. 78 W. Main St., Macedon NY. For more information call John Cieslinski at 585-474-4116 or email books_etc@yahoo.com.

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