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Author to discuss ‘unexplained’ MI artifacts at library

March 26, 2014

Rademacher
Enjoy an entertaining and educational presentation about the back roads of Michigan at the Oxford Public Library on Tuesday, April 22 at 7 p.m.

Ron Rademacher, storyteller and author, will present rare or unexplained artifacts found in small towns across Michigan.

The presentation includes side trips, history and just plain fun stuff.

Discover the unexplained artifact from the old Superior mine in Rockland, the Phoenician artifact in Nahma, the Tomb of the Cow, the Cardiff Giant and more.

The presentation will last about 40 minutes and will include time for questions and answers. A book signing will also be held.

Ron Rademacher is the author of four books about road trips to out of the way places and small towns in Michigan.

He also authors a monthly web magazine and operates two road trip web sites.

Be sure to stop by the library to hear his virtual road trip show.

The Library is located at 530 Pontiac Road in Oxford. For more information, or to register for this program, please call (248) 628-3034 or visit www.miopl.org