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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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September 2014 Newsletter


 


 

Once again we are moving from one season to another, summer slowly working it's way to fall. September is a beautiful month and the beginning of school, hunting season and football. We have maps and game cookbook for you hunters. We also have good books to keep you entertained as you spend more time indoors.

 Be sure to stop in the store and see all the new games and books that have come in recently.

Teacher Night 2014

Tuesday, September 23rd

4:00-6:30 pm

 

It's that time of year once again; join us to catch up on new releases. We will also feature books for the following subjects: Science, Math, Social Studies, Writing, Poetry, and Music.
Books for all age groups: Picture Books, Chapter Books, and Young Adult.

Book Signing

Friday, September 5th

3:00-5:00 pm                            

It's the Roaring Twenties, Jake and Raisa Kessel are married with two kids and a pile of growing debt. They need a change, some new pickings. They pack up for the bright lights and new opportunity in Port Huron, Michigan. They are living high on the hog; overnight, Jake finds himself standing in endless soup lines and even longer job lines. It's The Great Depression. Jake knows he has to make some 'fast money' to get his family back to Wyoming, even if it might be illegal or dangerous. Back in a Lovell, Wyoming share cropper's shack, Jake and Raisa struggle to put food on the table and clothes on their backs. Raisa isn't cut out to do the hard physical field work and soon she's down to the flesh on her bones; she gives Jake an ultimatum.
Join us when we host Karen Schutte for a book signing for her third book. You've read "The Ticket" and "Seed of the Volga", now get more of the story in "Flesh on the Bone".

Book Signing

Saturday, September 13th

11:00 am to 1:00 pm                             

Join us when we host former Sheridan resident, Kari Massie McLaughlin. Kari, a teacher, is the author or numerous previous books for children.

The ocean has so many different groups of animals! Do you know what a group of seahorses are called? How about a group of shrimp? Read this entertaining rhyming book to find out about our ocean friends!
  

Book Signing

Thursday, September 18th

3:30-4:30 pm

                            

A collection of true tales on living a physical outdoor life shares his adventures of climbing the ice-rimmed Italian ridge of the Matterhorn, sea kayaking along the Turkish coast of Gallipoli, and sneaking across Tibet to reach Buddhism's holiest lake deep in the Himalayas.

We will host author, Mark Jenkins, UW -in-residence writer, prior to his lecture at Sheridan College on Thursday evening.
  

Book Signing

Saturday, September 27th

1:00-3:00 pm

                            

We will host local author, Kirsten Lynn, for a signing for her newest book, "Home Fires".

Cord Matthews sets his sights on the open Montana Territory when the War Between the States rips everything from him. Olivia Bartlett, the only woman he's ever loved, has been killed--a cross marks the place where she lies buried. Cord builds a new dream, but a ghost from his past won't let him forget what his heart wanted most. Olivia, forced to flee her Virginia home, finds new purpose as a nurse to the wounded at Fort Laramie, Wyoming Territory. War and separation haven't diminished her love for Cord Matthews, or her stubborn belief that he is coming for her. Danger threatens once more with the impending arrival of a new commander at Fort Laramie--a man who has already tried to kill her once. Olivia flees to Montana Territory, seeking refuge. Reunited on the Montana frontier, can Cord and Olivia hold tight to their love and defeat the man who seeks to destroy them both?
  

Recipe Corner

Taken from "In a Nutshell"

by Cara Tannenbaum & Andrea Tutnjian


 

                            




 


 


 


 

PUMPKIN SPICE SCONES


 

2 cups all-purpose flour                                                       

cup packed light brown sugar                                              

2 teaspoons baking powder                                                    

teaspoon baking soda                                                                          

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon                                                 

teaspoon salt                                                                                       

teaspoon ground ginger                                       

teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg                          

1/8 teaspoon ground cloves                                                    

1 sticks (12 tablespoons) unsalted butter, chilled and cut into small pieces

1 cup (4 ounces) golden raisins

cup (4 ounces) pumpkin seeds

cup canned pumpkin puree

1 cup heavy cream

FOR FINISHING

cup heavy cream

cup (1 1/4 ounces) pumpkin seeds

3 teaspoons cinnamon

4 tablespoons granulated sugar

  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.

  2. Stir the flour, brown sugar, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon, salt, ginger, nutmeg, and cloves together in a large mixing bowl. Carefully rub the butter into the dry ingredients with your fingertips until no visible pieces remain. Stir in the raisins and pumpkin seeds.

  3. Whisk the pumpkin puree and 1 cup cream together in a separate bowl, then fold them into the dry ingredients, using a rubber spatula. After the dry ingredients are fully moistened, mix the dough by hand for an additional 30 seconds.

  4. Scoop up the dough with a 3- or 4-ounce ice cream scoop or spoon and drip each scoop onto a rimmed baking sheet lined with parchment paper, spacing the scones 2 inches apart.

  5. To finish before baking: Using a pastry brush, paint the top of the scones with the cream. Strew the pumpkin seeds on top. Mix the cinnamon with the granulated sugar in a small bowl, then sprinkle on top of the scones.

  6. Bake until the scones are golden and well risen, 15 to 18 minutes. Scones are best served immediately, but they will keep for up to 1 day if well wrapped. Refresh them for 5 minutes in a 350 degree F oven, or split them and toast them.