Brown Bag: The Grand Lady of Mt. Baker
Thursday 01 May 2014, 12:30pm


Local historian Michael Impero presents his most recent topic: the complete history of the original Mt. Baker Lodge. Learn about the early expeditions up the North Fork of the Nooksack River and the operations of the lodge from 1927 until it burned in 1931. See photos of the area -- archival and contemporary -- and many hear wonderful stories. Impero also authored The Lone Jack, Dreams of Gold, and The Boys of Glacier.

Brown Bags are supported by Village Books in Historic Fairhaven.

Location : Old City Hall, 121 Prospect Street
$3 suggested donation/Free for members


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