Sun. (Oct. 9, 2022) 2:00PM Head to Oaklands Mansion and meet Gilbert Harrison Gordon, author of "Ramblings on Rock Springs Road". He will read a few of the short stories. This event is free and open to the public, but reservation must be made online.
Gilbert Harrison Gordon spent the first half of his sixty years on his family dairy farm in Southern Rutherford County. The last thirty-plus years have seen him turn to teaching as his vocation. He and his wife, Ginny, founded Cedar Hall School on a part of the family farm in 1991 and were privileged to teach their children while they taught others. Teaching still brings them both joy and purpose as they continue their “ramblings” on Rock Springs Road.
Gilbert attended The Webb School where he caught his love for writing. ‘Ramblings’ centers around the farming community on Rock Springs Road. Stories include peach pie redemption, a serial killer during the 1920s, the Civil War spy Kate Patterson (his great, great aunt) and the struggles of a boy coming of age on a southern rural road.
“If you don’t believe that a memoir of growing up on a farm could be entertaining, I dare you to read this book. I loved it! Ramblings is colorful, very funny and almost as hard to put down as a spy thriller. The writing is superb, crafted with skill and care that would impress even a Pulitzer Prize jury.” – Charles P. Alexander – former editor Time Magazine
This event is free and open to the public, but reservation must be made online. CLICK HERE