Hemingway to visit Conrad

29_headless-horseman_735HEADLESS HORSEMAN  — If you were in the right place at the right time on Halloween night, you were able to catch a glimpse of Conrad’s Headless Horseman. Pat Stoddard was out on “Tornado”, his black BLM Mustang, dressed up as the Headless Horseman looking for Ichabod Crane. He’ll be back next year.  I-O Photo by Chelsey Stubbs




The youngest grandson, of the famous Ernest Hemingway, is coming to Conrad.

Edward Hemingway, is a children’s author and has published his second book, Bad Apple, for children ages 3-5.  The book has been hailed as a story showing it is never easy standing up to bullies, but Mac the apple is able to triumph over adversity.

Hemingway’s first book, Bump in the Night, won wide acclaim. He’s also illustrated Hemingway and Bailey’s Bartending Guide to Great American Writers.

Now Conrad residents have the opportunity to meet and greet an inspiring author and a family member of America’s great literary history.

Book signing will be at the Conrad Public Library on Nov. 16 from 4-5:30 p.m. and at Joe’s Family Steak House from 6-7 p.m.