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Author Joan Tapper Visits Santa Barbara


Take a trip back to1880, in days when horseback riders ruled the roads, and in times when gunslingers, cowboys, and pioneers forged new finds. Vicariously travel to these long-gone days when author Joan Tapper visits Chaucer’s Bookstore (3321 State St.) for a talk and signing of her new book, The Wild West on 5 Bits a Day, which chronicles old California and more. The event begins at 4 p.m. this Sunday, July 18. Call 682-6787 for more info.

Chaucer's Books

3321 State St., Santa Barbara, CA
805-682-6787. More Info

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