Join Anglophile and former UK resident Claire Evans as she recounts the life and times of Alf Wight, an unassuming country veterinarian who practiced for 50 years in one of England’s most beautiful places, the Yorkshire Dales. He rose to international fame later in life under the pen name James Herriot as he recounted the heartwarming animal stories and colorful characters of a bygone era in a series of books. The books later inspired films and multiple television series, including a PBS series, All Creatures Great and Small, named after his first book. This is a Zoom presentation that you can watch from home or join us in the library auditorium. You can watch it online here.