Tea with Author Jane Kirkpatrick

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Join us virtually, or join our Zoom-in party at Goldendale Community Library to meet Jane Kirkpatrick. Jane will talk about the importance of stories along with a discussion of her stories and how the women she's written about connect us.

Log in virtually from home, or join us for tea and treats at the library for a watch party.

Jane Kirkpatrick is an award-winning author of 40 titles most based on the lives of historical women. Her works have sold nearly 2 million copies and been translated into German, Finnish, Dutch and Chinese. She lives in Redmond, OR with her husband Jerry and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Rupert. (Rupert prefers the less formal Rupie). For 27 years the Kirkpatricks lived along the lower John Day River across the Columbia near Moro. Their trips to Goldendale included veterinary visits and the sale of watermelon to local Goldendale grocery stores. Her first book Homestead explore with humor their lives along that river. Homestead has been optioned for a film.

Attend virtually, at the time of the event, by clicking on the following Zoom link:

Meeting ID: 893 4187 8956
Passcode: 448103

You will need a computer, tablet or phone with a camera and microphone. If you register below you will be sent the Zoom link via email.



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