A Canton Conversation with Mary McDonough
"A Canton Conversation with Mary McDonough", actress, (TV"s, The Waltons), author, (The House on Honeysuckle Lane), advocate, (InTheKnow), will be held, October 14th at 6:00 - 9:00pm at the Canton Town Hall Auditorium, 4 Market Street, downtown Collinsville, CT
Advance tickets are $30 by calling the box office at 860 751-4924, 4pm-10pm weekdays, 10am-10pm weekends. Tickets are $35 the day of the event. The event is produced by Stars & LegendsCT Productions
There will be a Meet & Greet with Mary and books/photos available for purchase after the program.
Mary McDonough starred as Erin on the legendary, award winning television series, The Waltons, for nine years, as well as in the made-for-TV reunion movies that followed. She wrote and directed the award winning film For the Love of May and continues to act on stage and screen. She is also the author of the novel One Year and the memoir Lessons from the Mountain: What I Learned from Erin Walton. Mary was the founding president of LUPUS LA, and created InTheKnow to raise awareness about women’s health issues. She currently lives in Colorado. Fans & readers can visit her website at www.marymcdonough.com
The House on Honeysuckle Lane - Mary McDonough welcomes readers back to the small town of Oliver's Well, Virginia, in a story of holiday and homecoming, as three siblings gather for a Christmas that brings unexpected gifts.
Even in a town as picturesque and rich in history as Oliver's Well there's something special about the Reynolds house on Honeysuckle Lane. Sturdy yet graceful, well-proportioned outside and within, it's where Andie, Emma, and Daniel Reynolds grew up--before they began to grow apart.
For Danny, this first reunion since their mother's death is a chance for him and his sisters to relive cherished holiday traditions--attending the church concert, lighting the town tree--before finally settling their parents' estate. But readying the house for sale proves no easy task when every piece of furniture and every moment together stirs up the past.
Andie, the oldest sibling, didn't just leave home years ago, she left her young daughter too. Though she's found fulfillment and fame as a self-help author, coming back shakes her equilibrium. How can she presume to guide others if she can't be honest with those closest to her, much less herself? Middle child Emma struck out on her own instead of accepting her father's offer to share his business. Yet now she finds herself drawn back to her town's quiet rhythms and routines, wondering if it's possible to start over.
The house on Honeysuckle Lane contains a lifetime's worth of joys and dreams, and its share of regrets too. This Christmas, it will be the place where Andie, Emma, and Danny come together to remember, laugh, fight, plan--and find their way forward as a family once more.
"A warm, heartfelt novel about what it means to belong to a family. You won't want to put it down." --Mary Alice Monroe, New York Times bestselling author of A Lowcountry Wedding