Library talk to highlight odd and innovative transportation
Humanities Washington and North Central Regional Library will present Washington on Wheels: Odd and Innovative Transportation Ideas from the Pacific Northwest at three libraries this month.
From canoe journeys to flying cars, explore the history and culture of travel in Washington state with author and broadcaster Harriet Baskas. She will take audiences on a tour of notable highlights of state transportation history, examining not only how we get around, but why we travel and where we might be going next. audiences will be invited to share families stories of migration, memories of first flights and unforgettable car trips, and consider the future of transportation.
She will speak at the following libraries:
- Oct. 15, 6 p.m. Oroville Public Library
- Oct. 16, 6 p.m. Pateros Public Library
- Oct. 17, 6 p.m. Leavenworth Public Library
Baskas has served as general manager of three Pacific Northwest radio stations, and has created award-winning radio for NPR. She currently writes about airports, travel and museums for outlets that include NBC News, CNBC and USA today.