Lighthouse keeper/ author shares memories

Bestselling author and lighthouse keeper Caroline Woodward will be in Port Alberni for a pair of book signings and a slide show on, Oct. 22.

Bestselling author and lighthouse keeper Caroline Woodward will be in Port Alberni for a pair of book signings and a slide show on Thursday, Oct. 22.

Woodward, formerly of Union Bay, will feature her latest tome, Light Years: Memoir of a Modern Lighthouse Keeper, her eloquent account of ditching her busy city life to become a lighthouse keeper with her husband on remote Lennard Island off Tofino’s coast.

Readers are invited to meet Woodward at Curious Coho Books (5039 Johnston Rd.) during a book signing from 1–2 p.m.

She will be at Char’s Landing later that evening, for a slide show and book signing from 7–9 p.m. Admission is free.

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