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Upcoming Events & Appearances

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July 30, 2016 – Burro Days – Visit the Filter Press booth – Fairplay, Colorado.

September 20, 2016 – Colorado Book Festival – Colorado Author's League teams up with the Denver Public Library to celebrate authors and promote literacy. I will be featured on a History Biography panel, and will sell and sign books – Denver Public Library. 

October 13-16, 2016 – Women Writing the West – annual conference – Santa Fe, New Mexico – for information: www.WomenWritingtheWest.org. If you are in Santa Fe, stop in at the WWW Bookstore at the Drury Inn on the Plaza.

October 29, 2016 – Windsor-Severance Library – public presentation – "Baby Doe Tabor: A Matchless Spirit." Spooky stories for Halloween weekend. Books available for sale and signing – 2:00 p.m. 

February 15, 2017 – Denver D.A.R. lunch meeting – "Denver's Dynamic Duo: Dr. Justina Ford and Educator Emily Griffith." Some stories from the ladies as Women's History Month approaches. 

Mark your calendar for public events, and schedule presentations early!

Events are always subject to change. Check www.lohseworks.com for updates.

Watch for more projects underway!

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Response to Recent Presentations --

Joyce:

Thank you for all the research you obviously do. Your lectures are thorough and very interesting. I hope we have the opportunity to invite you back to Estes soon.

Betsy Evans, President
Estes Park Genealogical Society


Joyce:

On behalf of the Pikes Peak Genealogical Society, Terry and I wanted to thank you for your excellent presentation on "Historic Voices: Bringing Genealogy to Life". Our members and attendees really enjoyed your presentation and your thorough knowledge of the topic. We really do appreciate you taking the time to come and talk to our group. We know there are many other things that you do that occupy your time and we really enjoyed you taking your time and spending it with us.

I received many laudatory compliments regarding your presentation and it seems our members and guests did gain a lot out of your talk.

Once again, thank you for spending time with us and sharing your extensive knowledge about bringing your ancestors to life through writing. It was a pleasure listening to a professional and entertaining presentation.

John E. Putnam, PPGS President

 

Joyce:

I really enjoyed your presentation, as did everyone in the audience. It was good to hear all the appreciative comments afterwords. Thank you for bringing such an informative and entertaining program to our library!

Judith A. Passon, Librarian
Edwin A. Bemis Public Library, Littleton

   
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