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Toll free (888-266-5730) Sheridan Stationery
206 North Main Street
Sheridan, Wyoming 82801

 

 

OUR HISTORIC STORE:

206 North Main
Sheridan Stationery Books and Gallery - 
The Meyer-Barr Building was erected in 1902. In 1908 there was a restaurant here with furnished rooms upstairs. From 1910-17, "The Lobby Saloon" was downstairs with the Eagles Hall located upstairs. In 1923, the "Sheridan Music Company" occupied the store and the Knights of Columbus were upstairs. By 1927, the "Heiman Commercial College" was upstairs - through 1954. After 1930, the first floor saw "The Melody Shop" and John W. Scott "Chiropodist." In 1950, Frank Zuck ran a boarding house and "Zuck's Home Cooked Meals." Sheridan Stationery Books & Gallery opened in 1957.

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Sheridan Stationery Books & Gallery August Newsletter
Greetings!
  
As always, the summer is just flying by. We will end July with Crazy Days starting on July 31st, and start August off with Crazy Days continuing on the 1st and 2nd. The next Third Thursday Street Festival is scheduled for August 21st, and we also have several book signings scheduled for the month.
School will be starting late in the month, but there is still time to read a couple of good books before it does. Stop in and ask us for recommendations or ask about new arrivals.             
!!!! Crazy Days !!!!
 
Thursday, July 31st Friday August 1st and Saturday August 2nd
 

Don't miss out on all the crazy bargains in Downtown Sheridan. Shop till you drop for .25 cent cards, $1.00 calendars, $2.00 books, and lots of other great deals.  It'll be a crazy few days!

 

 

Book Signing for "Heart Full of Trouble"
by Stormy Fanning
Saturday August 9th 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Join us for a book signing with local author, Stormy Fanning.

Allie Sanford is used to a little chaos. As an emergency room nurse in a small town hospital, she enjoys the challenge of never knowing what might come through the doors on any given day. From cowboys to toddlers, Allie cares for a range of patients who always keep her on her toes. But on the day she receives a phone call from her mother, Allie is suddenly propelled into the kind of chaos that shakes her to her core.

After Allie's father is rushed to the hospital suffering from a heart attack, she views the hospital in a different way. Determined to be a support for her mom and sister while watching her father endure a life-changing operation, Allie's must rely on her inner-strength and patience to survive. But just when it seems that life is about return to normal, the situation takes a turn for the worse. Allie has to face her biggest struggle yet, both as a daughter and a nurse.

Heart Full of Trouble is the poignant tale of a nurse's journey through personal tragedy. She learns it is the little things in life that mean the most and ultimately discovers a new professional perspective that will change her forever.

 

Book Signing for "Radical Descent"
by Linda Coleman
Thursday August 21th 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

 

Join us for a book signing during the August Third Thursday Street Festival for "Radical Descent" by Linda Coleman.

 If you came of age during the late 60s and early 70s, Linda Coleman's Radical Descent will take you back, and if you didn't, this compelling memoir will take you there. The Utopian goals, the sometimes violent means by which the radical fringe sought to achieve them, the moral ambiguities to be negotiated by all sides: it's all here, honestly investigated and memorably conveyed. Whatever it cost Coleman to write Radical Descent, I'm grateful that she did. Highly recommended! --Wally Lamb"  

Book Signing for "Ranger Creek Guest Ranch"
by Sue Commisford Saturday August 23rd 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
 
Stop by the store for a book signing with Sue Commisford.
"A friend of mine told me it takes about eight months to get over eight days in Wyoming. We've only been home one month, and I'm still dying to go back."" It was born out of a love for the area. It withstood the depression, a world war, and the destruction of a tornado, but it remained a haven for visitors to escape their fast paced lives. They came to the ranch from all over the world to step back in time and to reap the rewards of what this ranch and its peaceful nature had to offer. Although our adventure at Ranger Creek Guest Ranch was about to begin, it didn't come easily. Our journey to the Ranch began several years earlier with a doctor's visit followed by a biopsy and the news that no parent wants to hear: ""Your son has cancer."" Brandon's diagnosis and the experiences that followed changed our family's lives forever. The journey was not always easy, our lives have been touched by the people we met along the way, and our hearts are full of wonderful memories of these people and this special place known as Ranger Creek Guest Ranch.

 

Program promoting "Backward Glance: 1880's - 1980's"
by the Clearmont Historical Group
Saturday August 23rd 
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
 

The Clearmont Historical Group is presenting a program promoting "Backward Glance: 1880's-1980's" a publication the group put out in the 1980's. It's full of fun stories of the Ulm, Leiter, Ucross, and Clearmont communities.

 

Stop by the store and learn a little local history from the people who lived it.

Copies of the book will be for sale.

 

 

Recipe Corner





Pickled Peaches
Taken from "Pick a Pickle" by Hugh Acheson

8 to 10 peaches, on the firmer side
2 tablespoons pickling salt
1 1/2 cups white granulated sugar
2 cinnamon sticks
4 whole cloves
1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
1 teaspoon yellow mustard seeds
1 1/2 cups distilled white vinegar
1 1/2 cups water

Bring a large pot of water to a vigorous boil. fill a large bowl half with water and half with ice, and set it aside.
Score a shallow X into the bottom of each peach, and then plunge them into the boiling water for 30 seconds. Remove and place in the bowl of ice water. When they are cool, drain the peaches, peel them, and discard the skins. Cut the peaches in half and remove the pits. Pack the peaches evenly into the jars, leaving 1/2 inch of headspace at the top, and set aside.
Combine the salt, sugar, cinnamon sticks, cloves, red pepper flakes, mustard seeds, vinegar, and water in a nonreactive saucepan and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat to low and simmer for 5 minutes.
Carefully ladle the hot pickling liquid into the jars, leaving 1/2 inch of headspace in each. Cap with lids and bands, cool for 2 hours, and then either refrigerate or process according to the jar manufacturer's directions.
The pickled peaches can be refrigerated for 7 to 10 days; if processed, they will keep for up to 10 months.

 

 

Gardening is cheaper than therapy and you get tomatoes.
 ~Author Unknown
 
Have a great last month of summer, and enjoy your gardens and the fruits of your labors. We have books to teach you how to preserve and cook your fresh produce.
  
Sincerely,
  
Robby Smith
Sheridan Stationery Books & Gallery
 
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