Historic Saranac Lake meeting features Phil Brown

SARANAC LAKE - Historic Saranac Lake will hold its Annual Meeting Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. in the John Black Room of the Saranac Laboratory Museum. The meeting marks the organization's 29th year, and will feature a talk by Phil Brown, editor of the Adirondack Explorer newsmagazine. Phil will present a slide show on Bob Marshall, the legendary Adirondack hiker and conservationist. The talk is free and open to the public.

A Saranac Lake resident, Brown also will be available to sell and sign copies of his book, "Bob Marshall in the Adirondacks: Writings of a Pioneering Peak-Bagger, Pond-Hopper and Wilderness Preservationist." The book was designed by another Saranac Lake resident, Susan Bibeau of Beehive Productions.

Founded in 1980, Historic Saranac Lake is a nonprofit, historic preservation, membership organization offering professional knowledge and experience to the public in support of historic preservation, architectural and historical research and education. The organization owns and operates the Saranac Laboratory Museum, and an online museum of local history, www.hsl.wikispot.org.

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