PRESIDIO of SAN FRANCISCO Book Event


Wednesday, August 14 – 6:30 pm
Come to San Francisco’s celebrated Presidio for a special book signing. Bay Area recreation equipment wizards at the Sports Basement will host the author for a free presentation, open to the public. An informal Anza National Historic Trail guided walk will also be available. 610 Old Mason Street, San Francisco, CA

 

OCEANO TRAIN DEPOT Book Event


Saturday, August 24 – 2pm 
The Central Coast’s classic train depot hosts a special event to celebrate the National Trails Guide. The author will give a book reading and local history expert Norm Hammond will share some of the colorful past of this region, hidden gateway to the Oceano Dunes and Pacific Ocean. Speakers will also highlight the Anza National Historic Trail, which intersects with the railroad tracks near the museum. 1650 Front St, Oceano, CA

*Radio interview (KYXZ 107.9 FM): Thursday, August 22 @ 2pm-3pm
“Artsy People – The show that promotes local artists, their work, and events”

 

OREGON Book Event


Saturday, September 28 (time to be announced)
Historic Corvallis, located between Portland and Eugene, has its own unique charm. The lovely Willamette River, which bi-sects town, was an inspiration for the National Trails Guide project. The Willamette is an officially designated River Trail. Corvallis will host the author for a book-signing event. More details will be available soon. Corvallis, Oregon

*Radio interview (KSKQ 94.1 FM): Tuesday, September 24 @ 10:30am
“Farm-Talk program, with Dave Munson & Friends”

 

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CORTE MADERA LIBRARY Book Signing


Wednesday, June 26 – 7 pm
Marin County Free Library hosted the author for a full presentation of the National Trails Guide. Images from the book were featured, along with “stories from the road.” 707 Meadowsweet Drive, Corte Madera, CA