Orange Depot to hold book signing event for Woliver

 

Last updated 2/22/2022 at 11:37am

Carrie Woliver

What is it like for two young Americans to move to Europe in the 70's?

The public is invited to learn the answer on Sunday, March 20, 2:00-4:00 pm, at the Orange Train Depot, 1210 Green Avenue, when author Carrie Joiner Woliver will be signing her new book, "Vive la Brussels! – Living the European Way."

Event is being sponsored by the Friends of the Orange Depot and the Orange Community Players. Fee of $10 will include a signed copy of the book, proceeds of which will be donated to the Orange Train Depot. Refreshments will be provided and guests are encouraged to take time to meet and greet in the attractive, historical venue.

Copies of Woliver's first book, "The Train Stopped in Orange," will also be available, though in limited supply. She is the founder, along with her husband, Ron, of the Friends of the Orange Depot, formed in 2014, to help restore and maintain the train depot. Being a unique and handsome venue, the depot is available for special events for modest fees, which go towards maintenance of the 1910 building. Plans for future exhibits and improvements to the museum grounds are ongoing.


For more information, consult the website, orangetxdepot.org, or call depot manager, Rose Simar, 409-330-1576.

 

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