Chuck Galvin, Illustrator
Thursday, August 3, 2017 at Eagle Harbor Books: 3pm

Carter Crab, by Barbara Winther and illustrated by Chuck Galvin, is a fantasy book about a bored carb, who despite warnings, leaves his easy life to search for adventure. It is a story of making new friends
and adventure, as Carter discovers how our environment is endangered.

April 3, 2016 at Eagle Harbor Books: 3pm

A fictional story with fictional characters but a real setting.
Most folks adapt to a time of big change, while others turn their backs on it
and some fight against it. A few don't know what to do.
Through all of the turmoil, Ralph struggles to hold onto his dream.


AUGUST 7, 5:00-7:00pm

Exhibition opening for the month of August in the Library Meeting Room,
showing original drawings by Barbara Winther.

At 6:00pm there will be a short slide presentation about Hopi Kachinas. The pen and ink drawings were created by Barbara and painted in traditional colors by Lynn Cooper. Both Barbara and Lynn will be on hand to sign books,
which will be available for sale.

The EXHIBIT will be at the Library in the meeting room for the month of August. In the glass case in the entry lobby, there will be an exhibit of our Kachina dolls and books about Kachinas. Come and enjoy the exhibit and learn about these messenger spirits that are so important in to the Hopi people.

The Time of the Kachinas is suitable for all ages and is available at Eagle Harbor Books and


Sunday, April 26, 2015, at 3:00 pm, there was  a program presented about “Nobody but the Wind” at Eagle Harbor Books. Mike, the illustrator, gave a talk about his work. Also, we gave a slide show  about the Donner Summit area of the Sierras where our son, Dave, lived and hiked. The book is dedicated in memory of his life.

Life as Art: Duane Pasco

January 17, 2014, 7:00-8:00pm, illustrated talk by Duane Pasco
at the University Bookstore, Seattle, followed by book signing for
LIFE AS ART: Duane Pasco.

November 9, 2013, 5-7pm, JayHawk Institute event
at Suquamish Tribe's Kiana Lodge,
followed by book signing for LIFE AS ART: Duane Pasco.

TRAVELOGUES ____________________________________________


"On the Brink: East African Wildlife and Ecosystems"
On Wednesday, June 15 at 7:30pm, we will present a travelogue at the Library,
sponsored by The Travel Store and the Library.

My husband Grant Winther and I have been East African Wildlife Society reps
in the U.S. since 1988.

For fifteen years, Barbara has written travel articles, illustrated with Grant’s photographs. They have presented yearly travelogues for The Traveler Series at the Library.


AWARDS _________________________________________________

1st Place & Grand Prize, The Leopard Sings, 1991; 1st place, 1990 for The Jaguar Dances; 3rd place, 1993 for The Tiger Plays the Drum.

BEST TRAVEL WRITING of 2011: The Solas Awards, sponsored by Travelers' Tales.

SILVER PRIZE in the category of "Most Unforgettable Character"
for "The Dancing Mirrors of Fez Medina" Library News, Summer, 2008.

Washington Museum Association Award of Publication Excellence 2010
for "Let It Go, Louie—Croatian Immigrants on Puget Sound."

Gallery of Superb Printing Gold Award 2001 for "They Like Noble Causes: How a Community Built a Library."

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