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Best-selling author Chris Czajkowski reads at the Osoyoos Branch of the ORL

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Best-selling author Chris Czajkowski reads at the Osoyoos Branch of the ORL

Join us at the Osoyoos Branch of the Okanagan Regional Library for a special Reading & Slideshow with author Chris Czajkowski.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 7:00 pm

Meet the bestselling author of Cabin at Singing River and Lonesome: Memoirs of a Wilderness Dog, on tour with her new book: And the River Still Sings.

“A naturalist all her life, Chris specializes in alpine plants. To provide accommodation 20 miles from the nearest road, Chris built two cabins single-handedly, using a chainsaw and hand tools. (The article she wrote about this, published in Harrowsmith magazine and subtitled Log Building for the Single Woman, was nominated for the National Magazine Awards.) Several other magazine articles, regular letters to Peter Gzowski's Morningside on CBC Radio and a number of books, describe her wilderness experiences. Chris is also an engaging and entertaining speaker and has been giving slide shows in BC and Alberta for the past 20 years.” (from Chris’ Facebook page)

No registration is required for this free event – just drop in!

The Osoyoos Branch of the ORL is located in the Sonora Centre at 8505-68th Avenue.

For more information please call the branch at 250-495-7637 or visit www.orl.bc.ca.

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Michele Rule
Communications Manager

Okanagan Regional Library
mrule@orl.bc.ca

Office. 250.860.4033 ext . 2456

Cell. 250.717.6359
www.orl.bc.ca

FB: www.facebook.com/OKRegLib

Twitter: @ORLreads

 

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