Rain or shine and with his saxophone case in hand, Hosea rides the bus to the City of Rochester Public Market. Joyfully, he plays for everyone there, but especially for the children. Today, will he earn enough money to surprise one special child?
Meet Hosea Missouri Taylor, Jr., whose kindness and passion for music touched the lives of countless people in his community and whose generosity and joy will continue to inspire countless others.
Our Writer-in-Residence, Kathleen Blasi, delivered material to our students in a way that got them excited to write! She broke down her writing process, so that by the end, the students had a piece of writing to be proud of. I cannot say enough good things about Kathleen as a presenter, an example, and a teacher.
– Stephen Baker, Teacher, Warsaw (New York) Elementary School
January 11, 2020 9AM-12PM
Rochester Public Market • 280 N. Union St.
Please join Kathleen in celebrating the publication of Hosea Plays On, with a book launch party/open house/book signing – in the very place where Hosea Taylor shared his kindness and music! Pre-ordering is available through Lift Bridge Book Shop, and they will bring orders to the event, for signing.
January 16, 2020 6-6:45PM
Victor/Farmington (NY) Library • 15 W. Main St.
Spinning True Tales of Everyday Heroes
Join Kathleen at her hometown library for a reading of
Hosea Plays On, followed by a discussion. For bookworms of all ages! Registration is recommended.
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