400 Miles Down the Connecticut: A Slide Show and Talk

Join Author Michael Tougias for a Fascinating Journey down the Connecticut River

DATE: Tuesday, October 7th

TIME: 7 p.m.

PLACE: Memorial Building, 20 Church Street, Hardwick

Free and Open to the Public & Handicapped Accessible

Parking and access for people with disabilities is at the side entrance (former Police Department entrance).

This is a Vermont Humanities Council program, sponsored by Friends of the Jeudevine Memorial Library.

TOUGIAS IS THE AUTHOR AND COAUTHOR OF 23 BOOKS ABOUT NEW ENGLAND.

 

In this narrated slide presentation, Michael Tougias will take us on a journey down New England's longest river, the Connecticut, which is rich in history. Join us on an exciting adventure as he take us down the entire 410 miles of the river, focusing on the river's history.  Learn about the days of loggers, Indian Wars, steamships, and canals!

 

Tougias'other bestsellers include A STORM TOO SOON, THE FINEST HOURS (soon to be a major motion picture by Disney), FATAL FORECAST, OVERBOARD, KING PHILIP'S WAR, and THERE"S A PORCUPINE IN MY OUTHOUSE: The Vermont misadventures of a Mountain Man Wannabe.

 

 
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