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10/08/2016 - Literary Tea Adventure with Eowyn Ivey
Eowyn Ivey, New York Time Bestseller & Pulitzer prize finalist for fiction for "The Snow Child," will be the guest of the Westgate Hotel's Literary Tea.

The author will discuss her new book, "To The Bright Edge of the World," a tale of adventure, love and survival. Guests will enjoy a three course afternoon tea with champagne.

Books will be available for purchase online and signing during the evening.

Admission/Cost: $57.35 - $85.35, Parking $3 validation

Westgate Hotel San Diego
1055 Second Avenue
San Diego, CA

Saturday, October 8 - 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM

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07/13/2016 - Eleanor Brown: Parisian Dinner Booksigning
Eleanor Brown is back with her new novel, The Light of Paris. Traversing generations, this book tells the story of Madeline and her grandmother Margie, who has not always been the reserved, perfect woman she is now.

Dine with Eleanor over authentic cuisine and magnifique conversation. Includes a French meal, drink, book discussion, and an opportunity to meet the author up close and personal.

Admission/Cost: $40

Cocotte Bistro
8935 Towne Centre Drive
La Jolla, CA

Wednesday, July 13 - 6:30 PM

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06/25/2016 - Book Signing: Elephant and the Indians
Chinese men and women crossed the Pacific Ocean to find wealth and prosperity in
06/11/2016 - Book Signing: Grit & Hope
Local author Barbara Davenport will read from her new book Grit and Hope: A Year with Five Latino Students and the Program that Helped Them Aim for College. Chris Yanov, founder & director of Reality Changers, and a panel of first generation college graduates will talk about the realities of being the first in their families to go to college.

Admission/Cost: FREE

First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego
4190 Front Street
San Diego, CA 92103

Saturday, June 11 - 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

For more information, please call (619) 298-9978
05/16/2016 - Gabriel Mendes: Under the Strain of Color
UCSD professor Gabriel Mendes discusses his book telling the story of how an interracial group of radical doctors, clergy, and artists attempted to establish a progressive model of mental health care as an integral part of the struggle for racial justice and equality in the United States in the early post
05/15/2016 - Poetry Reading: Shadab Hashmi
A reading and reflection of poems from Shadab Zeest Hashmi
04/29/2016 - Book Signing: Cereus and the Rarest Thing
Local author R. H. Gutierrez will sign copies of his book, Cereus and the Rarest Thing. After the death of his Sensei, Rafael was stuck in his modern life. Dealing with one death already, his father dies and Rafael realizes that he can no longer continue living as he has. With this revelation, he journeys to
04/30/2016 - Book Signing: Lisa See
The Iris Auxiliary to the San Diego Center for Children is holding a Meet the Author Luncheon featuring New York Times bestselling author Lisa See, who will speak and sign copies of her novels. China Dolls, Snow Flower, and The Secret Fan, Dreams of Joy, and Shanghai Girls are among her popular works.

Honored by the Organization of Chinese Women as National Woman of the Year in 2001, Lisa See writes about the intricate relationships of women and about love of family and one
04/27/2016 - Book Signing: The Aloha Shirt: Spirit of the Islands
The Pataloha Party celebrates the release of The Aloha Shirt: Spirit of the Islands. Surfing legend Gerry Lopez and author Dale Hope will talk about the world
04/28/2016 - Book Signing: Re Jane
With author Patricia Park. Re Jane, Patricia
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