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Tom Horton To Speak At The DNR Carter Library For National Library Week
ANNAPOLIS ― Author and journalist Tom Horton will speak at the Carter Library, Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) on Thursday, April 14 at 11 a.m. in Celebration of National Library Week.
Horton will also be signing his book, “Island Out of Time”, a memoir of the two years he spent on Smith Island.
Tom Horton is the winner of the 1998 John Burroughs Medal for the Outstanding Book of Nature Writing for his book “Bay Country” and is an environmental reporter with the Baltimore Sun.
The Carter Library is located at the DNR Headquarters, 580 Taylor Avenue, B-3, Annapolis. The event is free and open to the public.
March 30, 2005
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