Community discussion on Alzheimer’s disease

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Saturday, August 26th, 3 pm

I am excited about my next author event which will take place at Book Tree in Kirkland, Washington.

Book Tree is a fabulous, quaint, neighborhood bookstore that truly excels at bringing the community together.

Here’s the content of their website’s About section:

BookTree is a vibrant gathering place for the exchange of ideas, and discussion of books and the literary arts.  It is a place where all are welcome to continue their journey, expand their knowledge, feed their interests and further their education through books and literature.  It is a place for families to find and enjoy the best of current literature.  A place where our customers can hear local and traveling writers, authors and poets present their work.

BookTree is one of the few remaining independent bookstores on the Eastside that will be an important part of our city’s identity.   It will be successful because of the generous support of our community who values a stand-alone retail bookstore.

BookTree is owned by 2 people who are passionate about the inherent value of books, reading, writing, listening and sharing diverse ideas, and viewpoints.

I hope to see you on the 26th!

3 thoughts on “Community discussion on Alzheimer’s disease

    Jill Weatherholt said:
    August 19, 2017 at 12:54 pm

    Again, I’ll be there in spirit, Irene. It sounds like a great place!

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      Irene Olson responded:
      August 19, 2017 at 12:58 pm

      It really is. And you’ll see that I’ve kind of changed the characterization of the event. It is still an author event, but after this past Thursday’s bookstore event, it truly appeared that future events will flow similarly: some discussion about my writing process but a greater portion of conversation surrounding Alzheimer’s disease.


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