First Tuesday Pub Talk: Journeying to Crater Lake, 1889

09/03/2019

09/03/2019

19:00 To 20:00

http://www.sohs.org/

Event Description

At the September 3 First Tuesday Pub Talk, Alice Mullaly presents “Journeying to Crater Lake, 1889: The Adventures of the Jacksonville Seven.” One of the travelers, Fletcher Linn, kept a diary, chronicling their adventures, many of which are pretty funny! Alice will read aloud entries from Fletcher’s diary, and share photos taken on their journey.

September 3, 7 p.m., Four Daughters Irish Pub, 126 W. Main, Medford. First Tuesdays Pub Talks are free and last about an hour, with ample time for questions and discussion afterwards.

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