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JULY 2016 NEWSLETTER
Greetings!

 July is a crazy busy month in Sheridan. We start with the 4th and head right on into Rodeo, Third Thursday Street Festival, and Farmer's Market. Hopefully you can squeeze in a little vacation time too. We have books about the American Revolution and it's ideals, cowboys and western history, field guides and maps for your outdoor adventures, and many great entertaining novels to take with you on vacation. We have books to help you preserve the bounty from your gardens, as well as any wild foods you gather. Stop by the store and let us help you find just the right book.

We will be closed on Monday July 4th
Have a great holiday with your family and friends. Be safe, and we will be open again on Tuesday July 5th.
                                                  
Where's Waldo On
Main Street
Once again you can hunt for Waldo on Main Street in Sheridan during July. He is hiding in 25 businesses downtown. Come into Sheridan Stationery and get a list of participating stores and then go on a Waldo search. Be eligible to win prizes and work on fun puzzle sheets. What better way to check out your town and have fun at the same time?
Third Thursday Street Festival
The second 3rd Thursday event of 2016 will be held on Thursday, July 21st. If you want to have a great time, come to Historic Downtown Sheridan and enjoy this festival. It's a wonderful way to entertain out of town guests who are visiting and to enjoy fun, food, and music. We will be open till 8:00pm on that evening. 
Why shop local and indie?
When you shop at a locally owned independent business, your entire community benefits:
The Economy
  • Spend $100 at a local and $52 of that stays in your community. Spend the same $100 at a national chain, and your community only sees $43.
  • Local businesses create higher-paying jobs for our neighbors.
  • More of your taxes are reinvested in your community--where they belong.
The Environment
  • Buying local means less packaging, less transportation, and a smaller carbon footprint.
  • Shopping in a local business district means less infrastructure, less maintenance, and more money to beautify your community.
The Community
  • Local retailers are your friends and neighbors-support them and they'll support you.
  • Local businesses donate to charities at more than twice the rate of national chains.
  • More independents means more choice, more diversity, and a truly unique community.
Now is the time to stand up and join your fellow individuals in the IndieBound mission supporting local businesses and celebrating independents.
"You know, when you get your first asparagus, or your first acorn squash, or your first really good tomato of the season, those are the moments that define the cook's year.  I get more excited by that than anything else."
-  Mario Batali
 
Enjoy this wonderful summertime. We wait for it all year long!

 

 Sincerely,


Robby Smith
Owner
Sheridan Stationery Books & Gallery




 


New Releases July

                                             
July 5th 
 
Storm Over Leyte
by John Prados

When tigers Ruled the Sky
by Bill Yenne

Magic
 by Danielle steel

Belgravia
 by Julian Fellowes

Kick: The True Story of JFK's Sister & the Heir to Chatsworth by Paula Byrne

Trails of the Earth
by Mary Mann Hamilton

July 12th 

 

The Black Widow

 by Daniel Silva

 

The Innocents

 by Ace Atkins

 

The Land of Stories: An Authors Odyssey

by Chris Colfer

 

The Last One

 by Alexandra Oliva

 

Not Pretty Enough: the Unlikely Triumph of Helen Gurley Brown

by Gerri Hirshey

 

July 19th

 

Night & Day

by Iris Johansen

 

Falling

by Jane Green

 

Guilty Minds

by Joseph Finder

 

The Woman in Cabin 10

by Ruth Ware

 

Bloodline (Wars of the Roses) by Conn Iggulden

 

The Imperial Wife

by Irina Reyn

 

July 26th

 

Truly Madly Guilty

by Liane Moriarty

 

 Killer Look

 by Linda Fairstein

 

Heroes of the Frontier

by Dave Eggers

 

July 31st

 

Harry Potter & the Cursed Child: Parts I & II Scripts

by J.K. Rowling

 

Recipe Corner
Recipe taken from
"The All New Ball Book of Canning and Preserving"

Sweet Pickled Radish

Makes about 1 pint jar

 

1 bunch radishes (about 1/2 lb.), stem and root ends removed and cut into 1/8-inch slices
1/2 cup white or apple cider vinegar (5% acidity)
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup water
1 tsp. Ball Salt for Pickling & Preserving
1 tsp. mustard seeds
1/2 tsp. ground black pepper
1 bay leaf
1/2 tsp. dried crushed red
pepper (optional)
1. Place radishes in a hot 1-pt. jar. Bring vinegar, next 6 ingredients, and if desired, crushed red pepper to a boil in a small saucepan.
2. Ladle hot pickling liquid over radishes. Wipe jar rim. Center lid on jar. Apply band, and adjust to fingertip-tight. Let cool on a wire rack (about 1 hour). Chill 6 hours before serving. Store in refrigerator up to 3 months.



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