According to the press release, "Kahn was born in a log cabin on the Indiana plains in 1835. He served with distinction as Minister of the Bizarre in the cabinet of Abraham Lincoln. After the death of his beloved President and lover, he returned to a quiet life on the prairie where he invented the wooden cardiac pacemaker, the personal foot massager, and the wheel. Using the proceeds from these inventions, Kahn traveled to Turners Falls, Mass., where he met Nina, or, as he prefers to call her, Ms. Nook. They have been planning this exhibition for the past five minutes, and are thrilled to welcome you." Reception: Aug. 10, during the annual Downtown Turners Falls Block Party.
Thu, Aug 1, 2013 - Sat, Aug 31, 2013