Greeley Tribune book signing to feature authors Mike Peters, Peggy Ford Waldo, Emily Kemme
March 2, 2017
This year’s Tribune Home & Garden Show will feature a book signing event with three Greeley authors. For more information about the Tribune Home & Garden Show, go to http://www.greeleytribune.com/homeandgarden.
A Tribune book signing event this week will feature three Greeley authors.
The book signing will take place 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday and from 1-4 p.m. Saturday during the Tribune’s Home & Garden Show at Island Grove Regional Park, 14th Avenue and A Street in Greeley. At the event, authors Mike Peters, Peggy Ford Waldo and Emily Kemme will offer their books for sale and meet with fans.
Peters, a longtime Tribune reporter and columnist, is the author of “Greeley 1916.” It chronicles the myriad events that happened in Greeley and Weld County a century ago, in the year 1916. It is pulled straight from Peters’ popular 100 Years Ago columns that run weekly in The Tribune.
It’s available for purchase at The Tribune and on Amazon.
Ford Waldo has worked for the city of Greeley Museums since 1979, and has served as the development curator since 2010. Her new book is part of Arcadia’s Images of America series. It’s called “Greeley.” Her book tracks Greeley’s history, beginning with its establishment in 1870 as a utopic agricultural and temperance community, and contains information about notable individuals, businesses, schools, churches and more.
It’s available for purchase at the Greeley History Museum, 714 8th St., and on Amazon.
Kemme, a Tribune food and features contributor, is the author of “Drinking the Knock Water,” her second novel. It offers an emotional pilgrimage through the relationships that help make us all who we are. Her first novel, “In Search of Sushi Tora,” was a finalist in the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Her books are available on Amazon.