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Reflections of the Past; Visions of the Future
Saturday, November 10, 2007 - 11:00am
"Reflections of the Past; Visions of the Future."

Fort Clatsop hosts an open event on November 10, 2007. There will be
speakers, a book signing, and refreshments to celebrate the launch of
Fort Clatsop: Rebuilding an Icon. This event, "Reflections of the
Past; Visions of the Future," will start at 11a.m. on Saturday,
November 10. Everyone is invited to Fort Clatsop in the Lewis and
Clark National Historical Park.

Published for the Daily Astorian by Ooligan Press, Fort Clatsop:
Rebuilding an Icon chronicles the loss of the Fort Clatsop replica to
fire in 2005, and the amazing effort to rebuild it during the
bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

Chip Jenkins, former Lewis and Clark National Historical Park
Superintendent, and David Szymanski, the newly arrived
Superintendent, will be at the event, as will local dignitaries.
Speakers are planned for 11a.m., and ranger talks will take place at
1 and 2p.m.

Admission to Fort Clatsop will be free from 10a.m.-4p.m. on the day
of the event. During the off-season, admission is usually free for
those under sixteen years old and $3 for those sixteen years and older.

To reach Fort Clatsop, take Highway 101 north from Seaside or south
from Astoria. Detailed directions and maps can be found on the Lewis
and Clark pages of the National Park Service's website,