Gone With The Wind Book

2011–The 75th Anniversary of GWTW, the book, based in part on writings from the Mitchell family scrapbook, shown above.

GWTW Events in St. Louis include documentary, discussions, and cooking school

GWTW BOOK COVER

Books available for purchase and autographing at all events.

The book “Gone With the Wind” by Margaret Mitchell came out in 1936 and was extremely popular, so the huge success of the movie when it came out in 1939 was no surprise to the general public.

The excitement has been building for the 75th Anniversary of the release of the movie  “Gone With the Wind” with events all over the country. We were fortunate to be asked to participate in an author’s panel at  the big celebration in Marietta, Ga. earlier in the year. We were also interviewed for the special collectible book put out by TV Guide.

As the anniversary year begins to wind down,  we are excited to be  involved in some events scheduled in St. Louis, Mo.

For more information on Rains’ book: GWTWBook.com

Nov. 4, 2014   3 p.m.  crestview
“Celebrating 75 Years of Gone With the Wind” -Open to the public
Crestview Senior Living Center 8660 Grant Rd. St. Louis, MO 63123
Come celebrate the 75th Anniversary of  “Gone With the Wind” with a short video and discussion led by Sally Tippett Rains, author of “The Making of a Masterpiece, the True Story of Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind.”
Rains  produced a half-hour documentary based on her book, which intertwines fascinating GWTW facts with St. Louis history–such as a home owned by Ulysses S. Grant in St. Louis that is comparable to Margaret Mitchell’s ancestral home; General Sherman is buried in St. Louis; and more.
The documentary features interviews Rains did with some of the cast members, including Ann Rutherford.  Take a trip down memory lane and bring your questions or comments, as we discuss “Gone With the Wind.”
Visitors who attend the event are welcome to check out Crestview Senior Living. Call ahead of time and you can set up a tour after the event.
 (314) 270-5739
dierbergs cooking
 Nov. 20, 2014   6:30 p.m.
(Second cooking event added, Nov. 10th sold out)
“Holiday Dinner with Scarlett”-– A unique cooking experience. Dierbergs Markets Cooking School- Dierbergs, Southroads   12420 Tesson Ferry Rd. St. Louis, Mo. 63128     6:30 p.m.-8:30
Don’t think about it tomorrow– register today for this Southern-style cooking class with Certified Culinary Professional and cookbook author, Suzanne Corbett.  (The first one sold out the first day, so make your reservations soon)

Learn to prepare a meal fit for the Wilkes andO’Haras–and you’ll enjoy hearing Suzanne and her special guest Sally Tippett Rains, author of “The Making of a Masterpiece The True Story of Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With The Wind” dish up the facts about the real Scarlett O’Hara.

Rains (picture inset on magazine cover) is quoted in the TV Guide special publication celebrating "Gone With the Wind's" 75th Anniversary.

Rains is quoted in the  special TV Guide publication celebrating “Gone With the Wind’s” 75th Anniversary.

Suzanne Corbett is the award-winning author of the cookbook, “Pushcarts and Stalls; the Soulard Market Cookbook” and is currently putting the finishing touches on a book featuring recipes from the historic Campbell family, original owners of The Campbell House in St. Louis.
Recipes include: Cream of Celery Soup • Herb Roasted Chicken with Cumberland Sauce • Duchess Potatoes • Creole Green Beans • Sweet Potato Rolls • Southern Caramel Cake • Napoleons with Madeira Whipped Cream…..Cost $37 To register call (314) 849-3698 .
Tesson Ferry Library is located in South St. Louis County, Missouri.

Tesson Ferry Library is located in South St. Louis County, Missouri.

Dec. 17, 2014   2 p.m. 

“Celebrating 75 Years of Gone With the Wind– and the St. Louis Connections”
Tesson Ferry Library- Free, open to the public
9920 Lin Ferry Dr, Affton, MO 63123   (314) 994-3300
To celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the theater premiere of Gone With the Wind  the Tesson Ferry Branch of the St. Louis Public Library will be presenting a short video documentary and discussion on both the book by Margaret Mitchell and the movie– led by Sally Tippett Rains author  “The Making of a Masterpiece, the True Story of Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind”– a book in stock at the library.

Rains produced the award-winning half-hour documentary forHEC, Higher Educational Channel and it contains interviews she did with actors who were in the movie.

Sally Tippett Rains appeared on an author panel with TCM Host Robert Osborne

Sally Tippett Rains appeared on an author panel with TCM Host Robert Osborne

Come see GWTW memorabilia including dolls and First Edition GWTW books published in 1936 and other items.
“Gone With The Wind” collectors Rita Kiry-Ryan and Anna Blair will exhibit pieces from their extensive collections, including some of Margaret Mitchell’s personal possessions.Also on hand will be Nikki Luebke, seamstress and costumer, who facilitates Gone With the Wind Garments on Facebook. Nikki will be wearing one of her Scarlett O’Hara dress copies.

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Sally Tippett Rains is author or co-author of 11 books. She lives in St. Louis, Mo. with her husband Rob Rains. You can subscribe to this blog and join her “GWTW Book” page on Facebook.
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One comment on “GWTW Events in St. Louis include documentary, discussions, and cooking school

  1. Alfredduer
    April 1, 2016

    Самое горячее и динамическое порно рыжие бестии жгут и отрываются по полной

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