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Listen to Vic Anderson, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, July 1 in Grizzly Hall. His new novel Ghost Bear Island will be available for sale, and he will be on hand after the talk to autograph copies. The thriller is set in the late 1800’s and takes place on a mythical island near Alaska’s Kodiak Island.
Anderson is also a western entertainer. He performed at the library in April for Songs of the Cowboys. For more information visit www.vicanderson.com.
The three students enthusiastically endorse John’s teaching methods, saying “It was a blast,” “He is one of the best teachers I have ever had,” and “What we do in his class is so amazing.”
One assignment details the transformation of an inanimate object into a living one in five steps. Short biographies of each artist accompany this 16-piece exhibit.
Jim will give us a human perspective on the history of oil development in the Big Horn Basin. The story begins in 1913 and features a greedy landowner, a geologist who lost his royalties, armed stand-offs, legal disputes, troubles with the federal government, a man who claimed he owned it all, and a passionate businessman.
Jim is the chairman of Allen-Hoffman Exploration Co. in Houston, TX and holds a doctorate in physics from the University of Wyoming.
One of the first drilling rigs in Grass Creek oil field. 1914. Photo Courtesy of the U.S. Geological Survey.
In Cody, see Dan Crow 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 18 in Grizzly Hall.
In Powell, 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 18 in the Fireside Room.
In Meeteetse, 10:30 Thursday, June 19.
Dan sings the title song in “The Adventures of Milo and Otis”. Check out the movie at your library. He’s a family entertainer, recording artist and educator who appears on Nickelodeon, Disney channel and the Learning channel. Visit www.dancrow.com and download a free song. His CDs will be available for sale at the show.