Friday, August 8, 2014
The Moveable Feast is held at area restaurants throughout the year on Fridays, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
On occasion, an author’s book tour schedule is accommodated with a mid-week Moveable Feast.
For each feast, the chef prepares an exquisite menu, typically unavailable during the restaurant’s public hours.
The luncheons range in size from 30 to 300. The presentation precedes the meal. Individuals, couples, friends, book clubs and other groups are assigned table seating.
Each literary luncheon is followed by a book signing at Litchfield Books for those unable to participate in the feast.
Each feast is $25; books are available at a 10 percent discount. For schedules and reservations, call 843-235-9600 or www.classatpawleys.com.
Aug. 15 – Kim Boykin (Palmetto Moon) at Caffé Piccolo
June, 1947. Charleston is poised to celebrate the biggest wedding in high-society history, the joining of two of the oldest families in the city. Except the bride is nowhere to be found?
Unlike the rest of the debs she grew up with, Vada Hadley doesn’t see marrying Justin McLeod as a blessing – she sees it as a life sentence.
So when she finds herself one day away from a wedding she doesn’t want, she’s left with no choice but to run away from the future her parents have so carefully planned for her.
In Round O, S.C., Vada finds independence in the unexpected friendships she forms at the boarding house where she stays, and a quiet yet fulfilling courtship with the local diner owner, Frank Darling.
For the first time in her life, she finally feels like she’s where she’s meant to be. But when her dear friend Darby hunts her down, needing help, Vada will have to confront the life she gave up – and decide where her heart truly belongs.
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