Posts tagged Laura Chin
W3 Book Club = “A Gentleman in Moscow” by Amor Towles

Teri E. Popp and Laura Chin created a truly authentic Russian evening, including making their own Kokoshnik headpieces as a craft project. These headpieces are worn by many Russian dance performers. This was a W3 Book Club lifestyle celebration, with more than a splash of Vodka, costumes and decor.

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W3 Book Club-“Into the Water” by Paula Hawkins

W3 Book Club members create unique celebrations around each and every book they read. This includes food, table decor, cocktails, wine and appropriate attire; all of which are a by-product of the storylines’ in the book. This month’s inspiration comes from, “Into the Water” by Paula Hawkins.

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W3 Book Club - "The Alice Network” by Kate Quinn

Winter gets long in Minnesota (meaning it lasts well into spring sometimes), but nothing gets W3 Book Club members’ blood boiling like an intriguing spy novel! And what could be more exciting than an espionage story based on a real-life, female spy network, aptly called “The Alice Network.”

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W3 Book Club - “Red Notice” by Bill Browder

Teri E. Popp, Laura Chin and their W3 Book Club investigated the Russian spy underworld in Bill Browder’s non-fiction book “Red Notice: A True Story of High Finance, Murder, and One Man’s Fight for Justice.

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W3 Book Club-“The Nutcracker” by Pyotor Illyich Tchaikovsky

Teri E. Popp & Laura Chin gathered the W3 Book Club + spouses to celebrate their latest book, The Nutcracker. Christmas is not complete without seeing the ballet with score by Pyotor Illyich Tchaikovsky! A club member’s birthday was literally the icing on the cake!!

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Girls’ Trip to a Parisian Paradise—Shopping!!!

Teri E. Popp initiates a substantial birthday celebration for one of her favorite birthday ladies by indulging in her favorite daytime activity—Shopping!! And what better place to shop than her favorite city—Paris, the City of Lights!!

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W3 Book Club - "∞®≥A Man Called Ove”

Hej!!! The theme was all things Swedish when our host, Laurie, chose “A Man Called Ove” by Fredrik Backman for our W3 Book Club get together. For more on how to kick-off your own bookclub for 2019-click W3 Book Club; The Back Story…and yes the W3=Wine, Women & Words!

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W3 Book Club-"The Other Boleyn Girl"

W3 Book Club celebrated "The Other Boleyn Girl" by Philippa Gregory and heralded their featured birthday girl, Laura, with crowns, scepters and a royal Tudor feast! We started the evening with her crowning and induction as Queen of our hearts from the Royal House of Burkholder-Chin.

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W3 Book Club-“Lilac Girls“ by Martha Hall Kelly

The latest read from the W3 Book Club, is “Lilac Girls“ by Martha Hall Kelly. The tragedies of the Polish concentration camps of WWII detailed in Kelly‘s book, tells the little known story of Ravensbrück Concentration Camp‘s “Rabbits.“ The horror these women endured is only overshadowed by the fact the Lilac Girls came to find peace, forgiveness, and return to their lives to share their incredible stories.

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