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In the Adirondack Library

Where The Styles Brook Waters Flow: The Place I Call Home By Lorraine Duvall

April 15, 2024 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Free
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This is a virtual program.

From its wilderness source to its meeting with the Ausable River, Styles Brook is scarcely five miles long, yet within its scenic, rugged watershed, Duvall has discovered a lifetime of stories that characterize the Adirondack condition. She shares her coming to know the valley and describes the delicate balance of privacy and interconnectivity that is the way of life in rural areas.

About The Speaker:

Lorraine Duvall is an award-winning author who writes of her love of the Adirondacks, her adventures paddling its quiet waters, and the history of a 1970s women’s collective in Warren County. She has published four memoirs, laced with history of place, and numerous articles in Adirondack publications.

 

 

 

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