Carol Walker’s Galloping to Freedom Book Signings and Speaking Events in Colorado

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Three events are coming up next week, and one in December, that feature Carol Walker’s newly released book, Galloping to Freedom: Saving the Adobe Town Appaloosas.

First, a lecture on Self-Publishing and a book signing at Main Street Fine Art in Evergreen, Colorado Wednesday, November 11
Carol Walker will talk about options and essentials for self-publishing and will answer questions and provide handouts with resources. There will be time ot purchase Carol’s new book Galloping to Freedom, and get it signed.
Main Street Fine Art Gallery

28186 Highway 74

Evergreen, CO

November 11, 5:30 p.m.
Please RSVP:


Then, at University of Denver, on Thursday November 12 from 6:30-8:30 pm Carol will be presenting a class on the wild horses of Adobe Town, featuring a slideshow set to music, lecture about wild horses and their behavior, social structure, and challenges facing them. Carol will also talk about photographing wild horses and tips for visiting and photographing them. There will be time at the end of the lecture to purchase her new book, Galloping to Freedom, and get copies signed.

University of Denver

Denver, CO

Cost is $35

To sign up:

Call 303-871-2291 or visit

Next, At Boulder Arts and Crafts Gallery on the Pearl Street Mall in Boulder, Colorado a Book signing Saturday November 14 at 2-4 pm

Carol will be available to sign books, and Carol has her artwork at the Gallery as well.

Boulder Arts and Crafts Gallery

1421 Pearl Street

Boulder, CO 80302


No reservations necessary

Last scheduled Colorado event is at Outnumbered Gallery in Littleton, Colorado Friday, December 11 from 5-8pm,

Talk at 6, books signings before and after

Carol will do a presentation on wild horses with a slideshow set to music of her images, and discuss the issues facing wild horses today

Outnumbered Gallery

5654 S. Prince St. Unit A

Littleton, CO


More information can be found about Carol’s new book Galloping to Freedom: Saving the Adobe Town Appaloosas here: