ATTENTION ALL MAVENS
• January 14, 2017 (NOT 3rd Saturday due to conflicts)
• 10:30 AM Mavens of Mayhem Meeting
• 11:00 AM Program Presentation
• Community Room
• Bethlehem Public Library.
• NOTE: The Steering Committee Meeting will meet at the Village Butcher at 9:30 AM
The January meeting for Mavens of Mayhem Chapter of Sisters in Crime Mystery Writers will be held on January 14th, 10:30 AM with Program starting at 11:00 AM, Bethlehem Public Library in Delmar, NY.
Our speaker is John Mullins. John is a retired detective, a member of Cobleskill Writers and is writing his first mystery novel. I am taking his self-defense course being given in Duanesburg in January because I think it sounds terribly interesting. Especially because he goes beyond the physical part of self-defense and into psychological and legal aspects.
As you already know, the law protects your right to defend yourself, your property and others from attack. But it is important to know how much force you are entitled to use or you may find yourself facing criminal charges.
Whether you are writing a full-blown scene about a violent attack or have the need to actually protect yourself, knowledge is the key.
Learn the most important things you can do to defend yourself at the January meeting.
I will mail out a complete agenda before the meeting, however I felt it was important to clarify the meeting date as it is different from the usual meeting date.
Looking forward to seeing you all there.
SINC: Mavens Meeting
November 19, 2016 – 10:30
Bethlehem Public Library
There will be a Steering Committee Meeting prior to the regular meeting at the Village Butcher at 9:30 am
Prompt group from June: Talk about a mystery that has occurred in your life. Start the story a bit before the event and go through the future consequences Was the mystery ever solved?
Meeting dates for next year Please note the dates:
January 14, February 18, March 18, April 15, May 20, June 10 and July 15.
Vote on slate for next year: If you want an absentee ballot, please let Eleanor know via email.
Jenna Kendrick-Scrivener Workshop
Upcoming Member events:
Dec 17th–Holiday Party
Catherine Bruni – November 3, Book House 7 – 8
Carol Pouliot – November 10, Book House 7 – 8
Sunday, December 4 at the Open Door Book Shop: 12 – 1:30. Signing.
April 9, 2016
Bethlehem Public Library – Board Room
Because of space issues at the Library, this month’s meeting will take place one week early.
Steering Committee: there will be a meeting at the Village Butchers at 9:30 am.
Join us for our monthly meeting: we’ll be voting on the slate of candidates. If you cannot make it to the meeting be sure to vote via email. There will be a steering committee meeting at 9:30 in the coffee shop.
Upper Hudson SinC – Mavens of Mayhem
Bethlehem Public Library
11:00 Open to the Public
Saturday, April 11th at 11AM, local author Frankie Bailey will be at the Schenectady County Public Library to discuss her latest crime novel “What the Fly Saw”, which is set in Albany! Frankie is a professor at the School of Criminal Justice at the University at Albany, and is the author of the mystery “The Red Queen Dies”.
And just across town, K. A. Laity talks about another Schenectady-based writer, Kurt Vonnegut at the Schenectady County Historical Society‘s Mabee Farm Location.
And don’t forget! Our Mavens meeting on April.18,2015 will be having a guest speaker:
Bob Krug is a retired Colonie Police Officer who has worked for The Colonie Police Force for 26 years. He will be discussing some of the cases he has worked. Also comparing real life Police work to what we see on television. Q&A will follow.
Join us at Kinderhook Library Saturday March 7th at 4pm to listen to Mavens Susan Sundwall and Donna Lagone read from their work. Directions:
From the south
Take Route 9 north to the center of Kinderhook Village. Just before the main intersection, bear right at the village green onto Hudson Street (County Route 21). The library is on the right at the corner of Hudson and Sylvester Streets.
Alternatively, take Route 9H north. At the Elks Lodge, exit 9H to County Route 21. Take a right onto County Route 21 which becomes Hudson Street as you cross the bridge over Kinderhook Creek and enter the village. The library is on the left at the corner of Hudson and Syvester Streets.
From the north
Take Route 9 south the the center of Kinderhook Village. Turn left at the main intersection onto Hudson Street (County Route 21). The library is on the right at the corner of Hudson and Sylvester Streets.
Alternatively, take Route 9H south and exit at the County Route 21 exit. Take a right onto County Route 21 which becomes Hudson Street as you enter the village. The library is on the left at the corner of Hudson and Sylvester Streets.