Save Time for Reflections
Four local authors will present their exciting new works at JCHS's second annual book-and-author event, "Reflections/ Colorado Authors, Colorado Stories", scheduled for October 4, 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM at the beautiful Mount Vernon Country Club. Our authors are:
- Mark Eberhart: Why Things Break: Understanding the World by the Way It Comes Apart. This professor of chemistry and geochemistry at the School of Mines has written a remarkable and entertaining guide through the field of materials sciences.
- Jan Murray: Outlaw Tales of Colorado and Mysteries and Legends of Colorado. Jan grew up in Evergreen and is excited about doing our program to benefit Heritage Grove.
- Roger Baker: Clara is the story of an ex-slave in gold rush Colorado and Blackhawk. Roger is a former Gilpin County librarian and Clerk and Recorder.
- Nancy Larner: A Mouse in the Rabbi's Study. Yes, this is our very own JCHS member who will be presenting her first book, a delightful children's story with incredible illustrations.
Be on the look-out for your invitation in the mail ... and remember to share this JCHS fundraising event with fellow book-loving friends and family!
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