Memorial Day holiday approaches and it is a lovely opportunity to celebrate the end of another Teton Valley mud season. Despite the late Spring snow and the gray skies, every day the valley gets a little greener. People are getting out more and there is a little spring to their step. There is nothing lovelier than a Teton Valley summer and each sunny day increases our anticipation for summer.
This summer, Dark Horse Books will have a series of signings and lectures. These events are free. Refreshments will be served and all are invited.
This Friday, May 28, 2010 at 7:00 p.m., Kristen Chandler will be discussing and signing her book, Wolves, Boys, and Other Things that Might Kill Me. This young adult mystery novel is set in Yellowstone National Park. This is not a paranormal novel. It is a smart, engrossing novel about coming of age in a western small town.
On Wednesday, June 16, 2010 at 7:00 p.m., local author and resident, Carole Travis-Henikoff will be signing and discussing her latest book: Passings: Death, Dying and Unexplained Phenomena. This book has met with overwhelming praise. Including the following comment:
“An important book and should be published for all of those who struggle through the experience of death without anything to guide them through the storms of conflicting emotions.” —John Allman, neuroscientist, California Institute of Technology
On Wednesday, June 23, 2010 at 7:00 p.m, local resident, Carolyn Max will give a presentation on Astrology 101. A recent article in the Teton Valley News included an interview of Carolyn and her unique perspective on astrology and its usefulness as a life tool.
More events are in the planning stages. Look forward to announcement at this blog and at the website.