NEW: Kathie Lee Gifford coming to Lake Worth to promote book


NBC’s Kathie Lee Gifford is coming to Lake Worth next month.

The three-time Emmy-winning cohost of the fourth hour of “Today,” will be at Book Cellar on Lake Avenue on March 9 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. as part of a “Happy Hour Mingle” to promote her latest book, ‘The Rock, the Road and the Rabbi.”

Gifford wrote the book, scheduled to come out March 6, with Rabbi Jason Sobel.

LAKE WORTH READERS: Sign up for The Post’s Lake Worth newsletter here

Tickets cost $40 and can be bought by clicking on www.bookcellarlw.com.

Gifford has been traveling to Israel since she was 17. Her book is an examination of a decades-long desire to know more about the typical “Sunday School” teaching in churches today.

Book Cellar’s owner Tami Ayraud said Gifford’s publicist called the store on a recommendation from a friend who has been to Book Cellar. “Her publicist did not give the name of the friend, but she gave a raving recommendation, so they researched our store and reached out to us about doing an event,” Ayraud said. “We were of course more than happy to get the event set up.”

A well-documented wine lover, Gifford’s fans will receive a glass of her Gifft Wines along with an autographed copy of her book.

LAKE WORTH NEWS: In the face of government reluctance, this Lake Worth man persists

“I set out to create wines I would want to drink and serve to friends in my home,” Gifford said in a statement.

Heidi Scheid of Scheid Family Wines said Gifford’s aim was clear. “To offer ultra-premium wines at an affordable price,” she said. “The style she was after was perfectly suited to the Monterey growing region and our own viewpoint.”

Gifford has authored three New York Times bestselling books, including “Just When I Thought I Dropped My Last Egg” and “I Can’t Believe I Said That.”



Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Local

Competing signs send conflicting message on Gardens ballot question
Competing signs send conflicting message on Gardens ballot question

Dueling signs outside an early voting site could confuse voters on a city ballot question. RELATED: Palm Beach Gardens voters to get 3 ballot questions in August The nearly identical signs from two opposing factions are side-by-side in the landscaping median of the Gardens Branch of the Palm Beach County Library. One sign on a plain white background...
Palm Beach County Judge Peter Evans abruptly ends 30-year career
Palm Beach County Judge Peter Evans abruptly ends 30-year career

Citing mounting health problems and a desire to spend time with his family, Palm Beach County Court Judge Peter Evans ended his nearly 30-year judicial career on Friday. “There is time for all things, and time has come for me to focus on my medical care and enjoying my remaining time with my family,” Evans said in a Aug. 10 letter to Gov...
Aldi to sell wine, cheese Advent calendars this fall
Aldi to sell wine, cheese Advent calendars this fall

Aldi is selling an adult version of the popular holiday Advent calendar featuring a mini bottle of wine for every day of December leading up to Christmas. The Germany-based grocery store chain will sell a cheese version, too. >> Read more trending news  Aldi will start selling the wine Advent calendar in the United States on Nov. 7, officials...
Palm Beach County sues its own consultant for discrimination records
Palm Beach County sues its own consultant for discrimination records

Palm Beach County has taken the extraordinary step of suing its own consultant to get public records that include the names of women and minority business owners who, based on the consultant’s promise of anonymity, described discrimination they faced getting government contracts. “Unfortunately, to comply with state law, the county...
PBC sends more than 700,000 addresses to census ahead of 2020
PBC sends more than 700,000 addresses to census ahead of 2020

An influential statewide public policy advocacy group is calling on Florida counties and cities to make sure every one of the estimated 21.31 million residents is counted  in the upcoming 2020 decennial census. Hundreds of millions of dollars are at stake on a yearly basis, and about $5 billion dollars in a 10-year period, said Dominic...
More Stories