We are over-the-top-excited to be presenting the 2023 Tory Hill Authors Series back in-person in the Warner Town Hall.
Here is this summer's line-up!
Check out each author's individual page on our website.
The Tory Hill Authors Series is an annual summer event sponsored by the Warner Historical Society showcasing locally and nationally known authors reading and talking about their books and personal experiences. Each event takes place at 7pm on Saturday at the Warner Town Hall and is followed by a dessert reception. Tickets are $10 for each program.
We are assisted in choosing and contacting our authors by Katharine Nevins of MainStreet BookEnds. MainStreet BookEnds will have the author's books for purchase in the store. Books will also be available on the evening of the talk.
2023 Tory Hill Authors Series Schedule:
July 8 - The Solace of Sunrise by Ted Levin.
Finding solace during the Pandemic by writing about the natural world right outside the front door for 500 days.
July 22 - New Hampshire Fish and Game: A History by Jack Noon
Though he lives just yards outside of Warner, Sutton resident Jack Noon tells our local history like no other.
August 5 - Covered Bridges of New Hampshire by Kim Varney Chandler
Integral to the fabric of New Hampshire, each covered bridge has its own story to tell.
August 19 - Opinions and Opossums by Ann Braden
Ann Braden is a novelist who encourages young readers to have and voice their own opinions.