Come hear local author and educator Kim Trevathan talk about
his adventures paddling East Tennessee’s waterways and working on the new blueways map.

Monday, February 23, 2015
at the Blount County Public Library
Refreshments served at 6pm
Presentation begins at 6:30pm
followed by question and answer session
Program concludes at 7:30pm

A native of Murray, Kentucky, Kim Trevathan has been teaching journalism, creative nonfiction, and fiction writing at Maryville College for 15 years.

His books are “Paddling the Tennessee River: A Voyage on Easy Water” (2001), “Coldhearted River: A Canoe Odyssey down the Cumberland (2006), and “Liminal Zones: Where Lakes End and Rivers Begin (2013).”

All three books were published by the University of Tennessee Press. His outdoor columns have appeared in the Daily Times and the Metro Pulse. Kim serves on the board of the Little River Watershed Association.

Kim Trevathan’s presentation is a free community education event open to the public. The presentation is hosted by CAPPE, Inc. as part of our 2015 Annual Meeting. CAPPE’s 2015 Annual Meeting will convene after the public program concludes.

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