Date(s) - Sunday August 27, 2017
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Geronimo Springs Museum, 211 Main Street, Truth or Consequences
Do you know where the best strawberries were once grown? The date when El Paso had only 600 residents? Where Dudley Messer was born? Where the Oliver-Schoenradt store and gas station were? Where Stirrup Ranch was? Who Prior Nunn, Bill Norton, Eufamio Grijalva, Benino Chavez, and Sotero Montoya were?
Harvey Chatfield has written a book, “STORIES THAT NEED TO BE TOLD, Ranching, Mining, and Survival in the Arid Southwest.” You will find the answers to the above questions and much more in this edition. Many old stories of families and neighbors relating to the successes and hardships of life some years ago are shared as in a conversation among old friends.
The Geronimo Springs Museum is hosting a book signing this coming Sunday, August 27 from 2-4pm at the museum. This will be an informal “come and go” event with plenty of time for conversation, questions, purchasing books, and some good refreshments.
There is no charge, however donations are always welcome.
For additional information, please contact the Geronimo Springs Museum and 575-894-6600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.