Book and Lecture Events
March 21 – CANCELED – Please look for this event to be rescheduled in future. Dunwoody Preservation Trust, Dunwoody, GA – Mark will present “The Ancient Ways of the Cherokee.” Learn about our native plants and trees and how they were used by the Cherokee for food, medicine and crafts. Participants must register for this event.
March 28 – Rescheduled to November -Georgia Bushcraft Spring Gathering, Watkinsville, GA – This event will run March 27-29 and will feature over 30 classes. Mark will teach “Plants of the Cherokee” and “Animal Gaits and Tracks.” Participants must register for this event.
April 2 – To Be Rescheduled – Blue Ridge Books, Waynesville, NC – Mark will finally get to see some old friends in Waynesville when he gives a presentation on “The Ancient Ways of the Cherokee.” This is a presentation on native plants, and he will also have hand-made crafts to show-and-tell.
April 4 – To Be Rescheduled – Adventure Bound Books, Morganton, NC – We had such a wonderful event with the folks in Morganton last January, we thought let’s do it again! But this time, Mark will focus on the Earp trilogy with a presentation on “What Made Wyatt Earp Tick?”
April 25 & 26 – 7 Trails Festival, Ellijay, GA – Hikers, bikers, music lovers and lovers of the great outdoors, come join us for this brand new festival in Ellijay. Mark will be offering “Through the Eyes of the Cherokee” walk/talk at 11am and 2pm each day. More info here!
April 29 – The Phoenix at Lake Lanier, Gainesville, GA – Come join us for a presentation on our most famous American Lawman, Wyatt Earp. Find out the true story behind the so-called Gunfight at the OK Corral, and the bloody vendetta that followed. Here’s the scoop!
May 2 – Moss Memorial Library, Hayesville, NC – We will be back in North Carolina for Mark’s most popular program, “The Ancient Ways of the Cherokee.” Join us for this free event. Information here!
May 7 – Roswell, GA – stay tuned for more details.
May 20 – Newnan Carnegie Library, Newnan, GA – Join us at the historic Carnegie Library for a program on the legendary lawman, Wyatt Earp. Mark will speak on his highly acclaimed trilogy Wyatt Earp, An American Odyssey. Find out more here!
June 6 – Dunwoody Nature Center in Dunwoody, GA – Mark will be doing two walk and talks for the “First Free Saturday” event in June. Join us for “Through the Eyes of the Cherokee” and see first hand some of our native plants and find out how they were used by the Cherokee. More information will be posted soon on their website, and you will have to sign up for the walks ahead of time.
June 13 – Bartow County Library in Cartersville, GA – Mark will be presenting “The Ancient Ways of the Cherokee.” Join us to learn about the plants, medicines and crafts of the Cherokee. More details here!
June 19 – Towns County Civic Center in Hiawassee, GA – Mark will present “Cherokee Medicines and How They Can Be Used Today.” Join us to learn more about our native plants of North Georgia. More information here!
Mark will also have a series of programs coming up at Brasstown Bald Visitors Center in June, July and August.
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