Author to sign books at Hackensack Sweetheart Days
"100 Things to Do in Minnesota Northwoods Before You Die" is book on must see locations.
Author Julie Jo Larson will sign copies of her new book, "100 Things to Do in Minnesota Northwoods Before You Die" from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, July 10, at Hackensack City Park during Sweetheart Days.
The event is free and open to the public.
Up in the land where Paul Bunyan statues are big and the tall tales about him are even bigger lie some of Minnesota’s most beautiful resort communities. This is the land of 10,000 lakes and truly untouched wilderness surrounding Bemidji, Cass Lake and Blackduck, among others, otherwise known as Minnesota’s northwoods.
The book will attempt to entice readers to try new outdoor activities, such as wading across the headwaters of the Mississippi, eating unusual foods and sipping flavorful beverages. Readers will also find a plethora of activities to do inside on rainy days, such as exploring the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Museum. Carefully crafted itineraries and seasonal activities will provide plenty of inspiration for visitors and locals alike.
Larson’s own wanderlust led her to share her penchant for her hometown with the world.
"100 Things to Do in Minnesota Northwoods Before You Die" is available wherever books are sold.
Larson is a writer, story catcher, public speaker and professionally trained social worker. She spent the last decade exploring the Minnesota northwoods and writing MsStorian Adventures. She lives in rural Brainerd with her husband, family pets and a flock of chickens. When not advising college students, Larson can be found on the trail with a walking stick in hand and worn mukluks on her feet.