Friday, May 8, 2009 at Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village
6:30pm to 8:30pm Admission is free
Featuring three books and authors.
A Hong Kong Diary Revisited - The Family Remembers
The touching diary of Lieutenant Corrigan during his time as a soldier and a P.O.W. during the 1940s. The Corrigan Sisters add the reflections of a family coping without a father, and the readjustments to him coming home.
Washing at the Creek
Author Frances Riviere was born during the Depression and raised in rural Alberta. As a memoir of her early years, is both a clear-eyed document of a hardscrabble life in the '30s and '40s and a deep exploration of family tensions, great challenges and growing strength.
The History That Almost Wasn't - Chronicles of Pincher Creeks Ill-Fated Railway History
Farley Wuth details the trials and tribulations of the coming of the railways to this area from the 1890s till WWI.