Inglis to talk about his postcard book and sign at library

There aren’t enough books set in the beautiful Sylvan Lake that we know and love.

BY CORRIE BROWN

There aren’t enough books set in the beautiful Sylvan Lake that we know and love.

Local author Brian Inglis (some may know him as Dr. Inglis) will be coming to Sylvan Lake Municipal Library on Thursday, Aug. 7, to share his book, “Sylvan Lake: A Postcard Perspective”.

Dr. Inglis will be doing a short intro about the background of his book, and the process of making it, followed by a book signing. Books will be sold for $25.

Food and beverages will be available. This event is free to attend, registration is not required. Dr. Inglis will begin his discussion at 5 p.m. and the book signing will go until 6 p.m.

We hope to see you all there to celebrate this local author.

 

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