Author Visit with Terry Ruscin: “Images of America: Henderson County, North Carolina”.
Local author and columnist Terry Ruscin visits the library to present a slideshow and talk about his latest book, “Images of America: Henderson County, North Carolina”. From the county of Buncombe, Henderson County was formed in 1838; the town of Hendersonville was established in 1841. Situated in the eastern Blue Ridge escarpment of the Southern Appalachian range in Western North Carolina, Henderson County, known as “Land of the Sky,” supports a diverse geography, climate, and populace. From its inception, the county has been a vibrant melting pot of cultures, talents, and disciplines. Mr. Ruscin explores the historic and the contemporary people and places of the county where floriculture, wineries and breweries, world-class golf courses, and master-planned communities flourish among accessible natural resources and four seasons of color and clime.
- Tuesday, November 13, 2018
- 2:00pm - 4:00pm
- Kaplan Auditorium
- Main Library