Kitchener Launch of Grandmothers’ Necklace anthology– May 1st, 2010

April 30, 2010 at 4:04 pm Leave a comment

Tomorrow—May 1st— the Kitchener launch of Grandmothers’ Necklace at St. Philip’s Lutheran Church, 236 Woodhaven Road, Kitchener ON. Map here.

The launch runs from 2-4pm, with readings by local contributors during the first hour, then refreshments provided by Omas Siskona, K-W chapter of the Grandmother to Grandmother organization. Fundraiser for the Stephen Lewis Foundation. Books will be available for purchase. Get your copy signed. Makes a great Mother’s Day gift for a mother or grandmother in your life.

Can’t attend the launch but want a book? Words Worths Books in Waterloo, Ontario, and Uppercase Books in New Hamburg have them. Or order online from Valley Artisans in Deep River, Ontario.

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