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Date/Time
Monday, February 3rd 2014 - 3:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Yankton Library

Former Yankton native and author Sara Watt Whitley will present two sessions at the Yankton Community Library, 515 Walnut Street, on Monday, February 3. The first session, from 3:30-4:30 p.m., is geared toward young adults as she talks about how she found her voice and became a writer. Whitley will share excerpts from her two books Another Ending and An Open Window as well have books available for purchase.

At 6:30 p.m., Whitley will speak to the audience about her process and discuss progress on her third book, A New Day Dawning, as well as sell and sign books. Both youth and adults are welcome to this session.

Whitely, who graduated from Yankton High School in 2011, is currently studying social work at the University of Sioux Falls.

For further information, contact the library at 668-5276.

 

 

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