Cyndie will be hosting a book signing at Panama City Publishing Museum & Visitor’s Center located at 1134 Beck Ave, Panama City…and Volunteer Workshop





Cyndie Lepori-Mogavero, a graduate from the University of Southern Mississippi with a degree in nursing, has been doing energy and intuitive work for 30 years with passion and integrity and brings a beautiful and inspiring way to balance spirituality with common sense.  In her Playshops, Cyndie addresses some of the limiting ways in which most of us think of ourselves. Her open, authentic and kind way of speaking guides her participants into feelings of joy, happiness and safety.  Much of her work has been with the dolphins and their energies. Internationally recognized as “The Dolphin Emissary”, she is a much sought after speaker and radio show guest.   



In working with the dolphins and their energies, Cyndie began to realize that she had to reach a much broader audience, and as a result, has authored a new book, Bubbles and Billy Sandwalker. 



Billy, a ten year old, and an only child, spends a lot of time walking alone along the beach. One day he is greeted by a dolphin named Bubbles. His adventures with Bubbles and other characters change how he views himself and his place in the world. Billy begins to see his life in a new and wonderful way, and any reader of the book whether young or old, will begin to feel better about all those questions they have had and that for some time have never been answered.  This amazingly positive story has no bad guys, and leads you into a beautiful experience of the dolphins and who they really are, as well as mermaids, and other magical beings. It is very ecologically minded and deep.   The book has 41 beautiful and colorful illustrations.  



“This book is reminiscent of “Jonathan Livingston Seagull”, very simple book with lots of illustrations, yet the story is profound. I will be reading it to my son and grandson for the rest of their lives.” –Anthony Brice, Law of Attraction Radio, Six Degrees. 



“I was so happy to sea an autographed copy of Bubbles and Billy Sandwalker (bought for my grand daughter) in my mailbox when I arrived home today. Cyndie, This book is amazing!!! It’s not a little child’s book either. It’s a wonderful story book to be treasured for many years. She will get to enjoy it when Nanas finished! Thank you so much!” –Collette H.



“I read the book once, then I read it again, then I read it again. This beautifully written book left me feeling really happy and I enjoyed it every time. I have put this in my library as a classic to be read and enjoyed over and over though the years.  The pictures beautifully match your descriptions and add so much to the book. Thank you for writing such a beautiful heart warming story!”—Stacey



Cyndie will be hosting a book signing at Panama City Publishing Museum & Visitor’s Center located at 1134 Beck Ave, Panama City, FL 32401. 850-872-7208.



Her primary website is, and she can be reached at 601.466.6559 or emailed at 

Volunteer Workshop: Docent Training & Light Lunch      Sept 8th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm    1134 Beck Ave    872-7208
FB: Panama City Publishing Museum & Visitor’s Center

We are offering a workshop for volunteers to learn about our museum as well as become a trained docent for the historical walking tour we offer twice a week. Light Lunch will be provided. Q & A session regarding the scope of work will be provided along with hands on training. The museum is open September 8th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, come when you can. The workshop will accommodate the volunteers schedule, training is quick and easy. Guidebook and detailed Docent Manual provided. See you there.

Thank you.
Very Respectfully,
Hannah Stout
Museum Coordinator
Panama City Publishing Museum and Visitor’s Center



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