2017 Everett Branch Annual Potluck & Gear Grab

2017 Everett Branch Annual Potluck & Gear Grab

Everett Branch Annual Pot Luck & Gear Grab
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Annual Pot Luck & Gear Grab

Mountaineer members and the general public are invited to our Annual Potluck Dinner and Gear Grab. Don't miss this opportunity to pick up some bargains and meet our guest speaker, Craig Romano.

Volunteers helping with set up should report at 6:00 pm.

FOR THE POTLUCK

Those with last names beginning with the letters A through L should bring a main dish.  Those will last names beginning with letters M through S should bring a side dish or salad.  Those with last names beginning with letters T through Z should bring a dessert.

FOR THE GEAR GRAB 

Bring that outdoor gear that has been cluttering up your garage since the beginning of time.  Be prepared to sell, buy or trade.

OUR GUEST SPEAKERCraig Romano DHOP

We have an excellent progam for you.  Craig Romano will be presenting his latest release: "Day Hiking Olympic Peninsula" 2nd Edition and will have copies available to purchase.  You can also bring your own for him to autograph.

Craig's will present an amazing hiking tour, drawing from his long-awaited for, and newly released, guidebook. He will introduce you to a diverse array of trails on the Olympic Peninsula. Craig hiked more than 2000 miles researching this book from easy nature trails to wilderness romps. This all new completely revised and updated volume contains 136 hikes, including many found in no other guidebooks. Many of the hikes from the previous edition have been greatly expanded providing for even more hiking opportunities.

 

Romano is one of the most prolific trails writers in the Northwest having penned more than a dozen books covering the region. His Columbia Highlands: Exploring Washington's Last Frontier, was recognized in 2010 by Washington Secretary of State, Sam Reed and State Librarian, Jan Walsh as a Washington Reads book for its contribution to Washington's cultural heritage.

SEE YOU THERE !!!!