Join the GCPL and City of Norcross for a free panel discussion featuring local authors Edith Holbrook Riehm, Gene Ramsay and Cate Kitchen
Norcross – The City of Norcross is proud to host the Gwinnett County Public Library Bicentennial Series celebrating the 200th birthday of Gwinnett County, particularly because their next set of featured authors are local residents!
Historians Edith Holbrook Riehm and Gene Ramsay and Welcome Center Coordinator Cate Kitchen, co-authors of Images of America: Norcross, will sit on a panel discussion of their book on Sunday, March 11th at 3:00 pm at the Norcross Cultural Arts and Community Center, 10 College Street.
The panel is part of a larger Bicentennial Series Program provided by the GCPL Adult Programming Department in conjunction with the GCPL Norcross Branch. Images of America: Norcross, which tells the rich 140-year history of Norcross through stories and photographs, will be on sale before and after the discussion for $20 ($15 with a student ID) and attendees will get the chance to have their copies autographed. This event is free and open to the public.
Images of America: Norcross tells fabulous stories of the town’s founders, residents and visitors over its 140-year history. Stories and photographs of pioneers, Civil War veterans, former slaves, railroaders, baseball players, preachers, teachers, politicians, bootleggers, US presidents and the 1996 Olympic torch grace the pages of this compendium of Norcross history.
For more information on, visit www.norcrossga.net.