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I only tell you this because I love you - Readings from discarded Self Help Books Oct 13 in Toronto

From a media release:

I only tell you this because I love you
Readings from discarded self help books
WHERE: 688 Richmond St. Unit 1 (Richmond and Tecumseth)
WHEN: October 13, Doors open at 7pm, readings begin at 8pm
$10 at the door!
Very cheap cash bar!

The summer is now fading and we are all buckling down, getting organized and returning to our more structured ways.

What better way to do that, than to include revisiting some wise words written to help us come to terms with our debauchery and dysfunction. And here’s an idea, let’s do that together.

“I only tell you this because I love you: readings from discarded self help books"

On October 13th right as the leaves are falling, we will be presenting an evening of readings by local lovelies sharing with us the wisdom of such 80's luminaries as Susan Powter and William D. Danko Ph.D. (co-author of "The Millionaire Next Door"...I know. Who?)

All books guaranteed to be found at the Sally Ann, Goodwill and the like. All passages carefully selected by the readers and hostess's.

Readers include:
Lauren Bride
Allison Cummings
Robert Dayton
Luke Garwood
Meghan McKnight
Kathleen Phillips
Lindy Zucker
Musics from Blake Howard and Brodie West!


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