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Lake Oswego Reads William Stafford

February 13: Enjoy Dessert and Hear Kim Stafford Speak

Kim Stafford

Thursday, February 13 at Lake Oswego High School Cafeteria and Auditorium, 2501 Country Club Road.  Dessert - 6:00 pm, Kim Stafford - 7:00 pm.  Following a complimentary community dessert buffet hosted by Lake Oswego Women’s Club in the Lake Oswego High School Cafeteria, William Stafford’s son Kim will be speaking in the high school’s auditorium. Kim will discuss his father's daily writing practice, and how this led to a life of compassion and witness. Kim is an award-winning essayist and poet. He has taught writing at Lewis and Clark College and other colleges and workshops locally and abroad for over 30 years. In 2013 he won an Independent Publisher Book Award for his autobiography chronicling the death of his brother, 100 Tricks Every Boy Can Do: How My Brother Disappeared. Kim is the author of the selected text Early Morning: Remembering My Father, William Stafford.

This event is for high school age and older. Admission is free, but a ticket is required. Tickets are still available at the Lake Oswego Public Library.

Tualatin Valley Community Television taped the program.

The program will play on these days thru end of May.

Saturdays          10:30:00 am        Channel 28

Fridays               5:30:00 pm          Channel 28

Wednesdays     11:30:00 am        Channel 28

Mondays           11:30:00 am        Channel 28