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40th Anniversary Event Details

Readings from the Wild

What: August 14: Feature Author: Cort Conley -"Early Idaho River Trips" Explore the rivers of central Idaho through the eyes of the early travelers. August 28: Feature Author: John Rember - John Rember will read from his recently published book, Traplines, his story of growing up, living and working in the splendor of the Sawtooth Wilderness. August 28, September 3: Featured Author: Bill Studebaker - Born and bred in Idaho’s wilderness, Bill Studebaker will captivate the audience with his stories and poetry of this land he loves.
When: August 14, 28, 2004, 7pm
Where: August 14: Redfish Lake Amphitheater. August 28: Redfish Lake Visitor Center (Rember), Salmon Festival, Stanley (Studebaker). September 3: Salmon Valley Center, Salmon (879-4113)
Contact: Sawtooth NRA, Liese Dean 774-3017

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