The Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Association brings filmmaker and author Dayton Duncan to Fort Clatsop National Memorial for a video showing and presentation at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4 in the Netul River Room at Fort Clatsop, 92343 Fort Clatsop Road.

Audience members will have an opportunity to ask Duncan questions about his work and purchase autographed books. Refreshments and appetizers will be served as part of this special program.

Tickets are $15 for LCBA or Fort Clatsop Historical Foundation members and $35 for non-members. Duncan's presentation is sponsored by Fort Clatsop National Memorial and the Fort Clatsop Historical Foundation. Current subscribers of the Columbia Forum can also take advantage of the member discount ticket of $15. For reservations, e-mail lcba@LewisandClarkCoast.com or call (503) 861-4403.

Duncan is the author of six books and collaborator with documentary filmmaker Ken Burns. He is most noted by Lewis and Clark enthusiasts for his 1997 book, "The Journey of the Corps of Discovery." He wrote and co-produced a four-hour documentary about Lewis and Clark's journey, which earned the second highest ratings in PBS history and won the Spur Award.

Checks should be made out to Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Association and sent to P.O. Box 2005, Astoria, OR 97103.

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