Friday October 27th. Concert: Surf Rock band The Neptunes. indoors at the Auberry Library, 7:30-9:00 pm.Read Now
Wednesday October 25 th . Anne Neal Speaker Series: Author John Austin on Storms and Floods in 2023. indoors at the Auberry Library, 7:30-8:30 pm.Read Now
John Austin is an author who is active in science education, especially sharing research about water issues in the Tulare Lake Basin.
John is a Southern farm boy who spent much of his life in the Rockies. He has lived in the foothills of the Sierra since 1999. He has degrees in geology, forestry, and economics. Before retiring from the National Park Service in 2014, John spent over 41 years working for that agency as a social scientist, natural scientist, planner, construction project supervisor, division chief, and program manager; all fun jobs. He spent the last part
of his Park Service career working for Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks as a natural resource program manager and jack-of-all-trades. That often included working with the park’s partners in regional and watershed planning. In his spare time, he has spent the last five years researching the Tulare Lake Basin’s flood, drought, and water use
history. The 500-page book that came out of that effort earned a five-star rating from Amazon. That is one of five peer-reviewed publications for which John was the sole author.
John lives in Three Rivers on the South Fork of the Kaweah. He is determined not to write a sixth book; too much pain and suffering.
wedneSDAY, sepTEMBER 27. policy expert ted gong presents "the summit tunnel: a missing national monument in plain sight. indoors at auberry library. 7:30-8:30 pm.Read Now
Join us as we celebrate the renovations of our favorite library. Food, drinks, games, and fellowship on the lawn at Auberry Branch library.