ABC News RadioCrosby, Stills & Nash kick off a new U.S. tour this Thursday in Boise, Idaho, that will see the lauded folk-rock trio visiting a variety of cities on the West Coast. The second stop on the trek will take place on Saturday in Woodinville, Washington, and while he’s in the Seattle area, Graham Nash will pay a visit to a library in nearby Puyallup earlier that day for a special free meet-and-greet event that’s open to the public.

Nash’s appearance at the Puyallup Public Library will begin at 12:30 p.m. PT. The singer will chat for about 10 minutes and then will sign copies of his 2013 memoir, Wild Tales, as well as the recently released Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young live box set CSNY 1974.

Meanwhile, on the following Thursday, September 18, an off day on the CSN trek, Nash will attend a VIP reception celebrating an exhibition of his photography at the Fine Art Photography Gallery at the Mumm Napa winery in Rutherford, California. The exhibit, titled “My Life Through My Lens, Photographs by Graham Nash,” is on display now and will remain at the gallery through January 31, 2015.

The exhibition features more than 50 photos taken by Graham, including images of David Crosby, Jerry Garcia and Johnny Cash. Tickets for the reception, which begins at 6:30 p.m. PT, cost $55 and include sparkling wine, hors d’oeuvres and a signed paperback copy of Wild Tales. Call 707-967-7775 for more information.

CSN’s tour winds down with an October 3-4 engagement at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. Check out the band’s full schedule at CrosbyStillsNash.com.

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