THE WHITE QUEEN OF THE GULF”
From its opening in 1897,the magnificent Belleview Biltmore attracted many visitors to Clearwater and played a significant role in the development of Pinellas County. Now, after reigning over the highest bluff on the Gulf Coast for a hundred years as the largest occupied wooden structure in the world, it has fallen upon hard times. Although its future is still in dispute, it is still the source of legends, lore and reports of paranormal activity.
preservationist and author of historic romance novels,
will speak to us about on-going efforts to salvage the iconic Biltmore.
She will bring copies of her novel "Pearls: Spirits of the Belleview Biltmore"
(her second novel "Ripples," is nearing completion).
She will come early to sign books for those interested.
Come and hear BonSue’s fascinating stories
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 7 p.m.
Room 210B, Seminole Recreation Center
9100 – 113th Street, Seminole
Admission is free; the public is invited to attend.
For information call 391-1433