Nebraska Authors Plan Visit to Morton-James Public Library Tomorrow – Nebraska City News Press

The Morton-James Public Library, 923 1st Corso, is visited by authors Lisa and Tim Trudell tomorrow (Wednesday, Nov. 2) at 6 p.m. The Trudells will discuss their book “100 Things to Do in Nebraska Before You Die”.

The good life. The Beef State. The Cornhusker State. We have used many slogans over the years to describe Nebraska. But The Good Life seems to sum up how the vast majority of Nebraskanians feel about living here. Whether it’s playing Cornhusker football in the fall or canoeing the Niobrara River in the summer, Nebraska is a special place. And with 100 Things to Do in Nebraska Before You Die as your guide, you’ll see exactly what people love so much about this state.

The book is a real list of places to visit, things to do and advice on the best places to eat and sleep. Explore the birthplaces of Nebraska-centric events and people. From the founding of Arbor Day to Johnny Carson’s hometown, as well as great places to eat and drink, 100 Things to Do in Nebraska Before You Die explores the diversity and beauty of the nation’s 16th largest state.

Local authors and travel bloggers Tim and Lisa Trudell are your expert guides through the diversity and beauty of the nation’s sixteenth largest state. Whether you call yourself a Husker or are just passing through, this book will help you see Nebraska in a new light.

Call 402-873-5609 for more information.

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