Carla Emery is coming to INDIANA

Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by Unregistered-1427815803, May 11, 2004.

  1. Please call me and let me know if you would like to come see CARLA EMERY on June 12, ( NEXT MONTH)

    Kelly 812-744-2594

    Its going to be a pot luck, so Bring a coverd Dish.
     
  2. GeorgeK

    GeorgeK Well-Known Member

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    Who?

     

  3. Echo

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    Carla Emery wrote the book Encyclopedia of Country Living, an excellant book full of information about most anything to do with homesteading type live style.
    She and her husband were here in AR in April she has a large collection of homesteading type books that she carries with her for interested people some that are a little hard to find in the stores.
    Talking with her is a delight both her and Don are wonderful people with a lot of information they love to share.

    Echo
     
  4. Taylor

    Taylor Well-Known Member

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    Where would this be? and what time? Admission charge?
    Lecture, or workshop, or ??
    Sounds interesting, I like her book, and she must be a very capable person, so I know we could all learn a lot from hearing her speak. Thanks for posting this.
     
  5. hillside acres

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    For those of you located in the Northern part of the State... Carla will be in Corunna, IN on Tuesday May 25th. It is located between Ft Wayne and Angola, just off Interstate I-69. Anyone interested in more information can email me at zimmybaum@kuntrynet.com (Carla Emery in the subject line) or call 260-908-0530.
    Shelly (hillside acres)
     
  6. R.

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    Corunna!!!! I live at Corunna. Why is she coming to this speck on the map?
     
  7. Not much point to a homesteading expert coming to speak anyplace that isn't a speck on the map. I mean, it's not as if there's much call for her knowledge ina place like New York City.