19 Jun 2015

Book Signing: My Old Kentucky Road Trip, June 27

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The Museums of Hopkinsville-Christian County invites you to a reception and book signing of recent release My Old Kentucky Road Trip on Saturday, June 27, 2015 from 4pm-6pm at the Pennyroyal Area Museum. Written by Cameron Ludwick and Blair Thomas Hess, this book takes readers on a journey across Kentucky and features some of our state’s most interesting and unique places. A description of the book provides the following glimpse:My Old Kentucky Road Trip: Historic Destinations and Natural Wonders

A drive straight across the Bluegrass State takes nearly eight hours. But that would bypass all the worthwhile distractions between Paw Paw in Pike County and the Kentucky Bend of the Mississippi River in Fulton County. Treasures like Abraham Lincoln’s boyhood home that rests inside a Greek-style temple. Or the Jefferson Davis monument rising from a field in Fairview. From rip-roaring barn dances in Rabbit Hash to the silent reverence of the monks at the Abbey of Gethsemani, the Commonwealth is chock-full of timeless landmarks. Join native Kentuckians Cameron M. Ludwick and Blair Thomas Hess as they explore all the amazing and irreplaceable things that make the state one of a kind.

Author Blair Thomas Hess worked in the Kentucky New Era newsroom as an intern in the summer of 2009. One of her reporting projects explored Hopkinsville’s Inner-City REZ program, and her work earned her a first place award for Best Enterprise story in the Kentucky Press Association’s writing contest.

Copies of the book will be available to purchase at the museum.

Visit My Old Kentucky Road Trip for more information about the book. Contact the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County at 270-887-4270 with any questions.

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