Door County lovers everywhere will be enchanted with The Door to a Man’s Heart, the true story of two teenagers, Warren Rogers and Betty Yule, who have a summer romance while camping with their families in Peninsula State Park during the Great Depression, and the pact that keeps them together for over sixty years.
On Friday, July 4 from 11 am – 1 pm, meet the co-author, Barbara Foley, at a book signing event at the Cupola House Shops in Egg Harbor. Then, on Tuesday, July 8 from 7:30 – 8:45 pm at the Bethany Lutheran Church on Moravia Street in Ephraim, Foley will share a slide show presentation for the Ephraim Historical Society, featuring many historic photographs of Door County dating back to the early 1900s. Take a nostalgic look at camp life in the early days of the park and hear the story of a family who has camped in Peninsula State Park for nearly a century!
In Door County, The Door to a Man’s Heart is available for sale at Passtimes Books in Sister Bay, Book World, Inc. in Sister Bay and Sturgeon Bay, Peninsula State Park Nature Center, Nicolet Concessions in Peninsula State Park, Novel Ideas in Baileys Harbor and Cupola House Shops in Egg Harbor.
For more information call Barbara Foley at 912.308.7892 or visit http://www.thedoortoamansheart.com.