Event at the Clark County Library

Tomorrow at noon, I will be speaking at the Clark County Public Library in Winchester. Below is the synopsis of the event as it appeared in the library's newsletter.

Book Lunch: Kaintuckeean Blogger, Peter Brackney, Talks about his Travels around the State Thursday, August 15, Noon 
Peter Brackney says that somewhere deep inside him there is a history gene and his interests and writings certainly suggest that. He spends his spare time visiting and exploring historic sites in Kentucky and then reports on his travels in his blog, www.Kaintuckeean.com and a Twitter feed, @kaintuckeean. His travels include trips to Winchester and Lower Howard’s Creek.  
In June his leadership in supporting historic preservation in Central KY earned him the Lucy Graves Advocacy Award from the Bluegrass Trust. For August Book Lunch, as part of the Library’s Local History happenings, Peter will speak about his travels around the Commonwealth, his blog, and interesting bits of Kentucky history. Come hear one of the leading new advocates for historic preservation in Kentucky. This program is free and open to the public. A light lunch is served, so please register to attend.
For details about this event or to register, contact the library at (859) 744-5661.