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Information on Sunday's Event
Author Talk ONLY
The event has no tickets, your name will be on our will call list at the door of the Main Hall. Doors open at 7pm. At 7:30 Michael Krasny will interview Robert Reich about his new book "The Common Good," followed by a question and answer session at 8:15pm. The Book signing from 8:30-9pm. Copies of Robert Reich's book will be available for purchase from our partners and friends from Copperfield's Books Sebastopol. Now is the time to ask all of those questions we all want the answers to!
If you have purchased tickets to the VIP dinner, your name will be on our will call list at the door of the Annex Building. Please come for check in at 4:30.Our evening will start at 4:30 with bubbles and appetizers under umbrellas on the terrace of the Annex. This will be your chance to finally talk with Robert Reich and Michael Krasny and ask them all the questions you’ve piled up over the years of listening to their shows, reading their books and wondering about our country. While you are working up the nerve to get your copy of Robert Reich's new book, "The Common Good," signed by him, you are welcome to browse our silent auction. Then it will be time to get seated for dinner inside the Annex at 5:30. At 7pm, we will close the silent auction, read off our list of winners, cheer, and begin the journey over to the Main Hall for the talk at 7:30pm.
Your premium seats will be waiting for you in the first rows of the hall, while general admission ticket holders will be finding their seats too. Michael Krasny and Robert Reich will share their thoughts and experiences until 8:15, opening it up to Q&A - so if you weren´t brave enough to ask back at the dinner, this is your last chance!
At 8:30pm, those of you who won in the Silent Auction can go pick up your treasure back in the Annex, we´ll have it all packed for you. Party is over at 9:00, and we will all have had a wonderful time.
The Author Dinner talk is one of the largest annual fundraisers for the Sebastopol Community Cultural Center through our generous Sponsors (listed below) of this beloved event.
Jean Schulz • Purcell-Kahdeman Foundation • Community Foundation • Kate Schaffner • Chris Anderegg and Virginia Porter • Suzanne Knecht
Cordelia and Jørgen Holst • Richard and Trish Power • Daniel Rich, Eye Care Institute • Greg and Kathi Jacobs • Jill McLewis and Brian Flath • Harmony Farm Supply
Terry and Joanne Dale • Peggy Tourje and Jane Krensky • Mark Stevens • Mark Olson • Melissa Kelley and Stephen Meffert, MD • Abacus Wealth Partners • Derek and Barbara Forman
Alexis & Angela Persinger; Persinger Architects & Associates