This month marks 80 years since Ernest Hemingway made his way to Sun Valley, and a presentation at The Community Library this evening will share stories about his time here.

     The talk, presented by Mary Tyson, director of the Center for Regional History, and Jenny Emery Davidson, the library’s executive director, will take place tonight from 6-7:30 p.m. and include unique Hemingway artifacts from the library’s archive.

     Hemingway arrived at the new Sun Valley Resort in September 1939 and continued visiting the area over the next 22 years, hunting, hiking and writing in the Sun Valley area before eventually committing suicide on July 2, 1961, in Ketchum.

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