KOOSKIA – Friends of the Kooskia Library will be host to a variety of upcoming activities.

*Saturday, March 28, 1 p.m., at the Kooskia Community Center. “Them Were the Days,” by the “Oldest Man in Idaho." This presentation is an informal, non-political blend of geology and geographical descriptions, with reflections on the history of the Indians, mountain men, miners, loggers, ranchers, sheepmen, farmers, settlers, politicians, and courageous women who made Idaho and the American West. As Clark Heglar assumes the role of the Oldest Man in Idaho, he mixes personal stories, local and regional color, and regales his listeners with anecdotal tales, stories, and commentaries of the “oldster’s” times. As he shares the sometimes funny and little known quirks of Idaho history, he tells the audience, “only in Idaho…you can’t make that up.” No charge to attend and refreshments provided.

Schedules

  • Occurred Saturday, March 28th, 2020 @ 1:00 pm

Venue

Kooskia Community Center

26 S. Main St.
Kooskia, ID 83539

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