Don’t miss your chance to hear great stories of the Mississippi River
Author, filmmaker, and traveler Eddy Harris has twice traversed the length of the Mississippi River on canoe, documenting his most recent trip in the 2017 film “River to the Heart.”
The Mississippi River Parkway Commission (MRPC) is proud to invite Great River Road fans and future travelers to a special online presentation with Harris at 11am CT Thursday, September 17.
During this free session—held as part of the MRPC’s Annual Meeting of the Great River Road—Harris will talk about his excursions on the river and the role the Mississippi River plays in the story of America.
Don’t miss your chance to participate in this fun, engaging session—register for free today!
Sign up to attend Eddy Harris’ “River to the Heart” session below. Login information will be sent the week of September 7—keep an eye on your email for further details.
About the Great River Road
Created in 1938 and stretching for 3,000 miles through and beside 10 states, the Great River Road National Scenic Byway is the longest such designated roadway and one of the oldest. The Mississippi River Parkway Commission is a nonprofit organization founded to preserve and improve the natural resources, cultural heritage, economic viability, scenic quality, recreational amenities and other features significant to the Mississippi River Valley. For more information visit experiencemississippiriver.com.