Richmond Nonprofit Organization Selected as One of the 15 Stops on Corrigan’s “Glitter and Glue for Good” National Tour
RICHMOND, VA (February 3, 2015)—Enjoy an evening with New York Times best-selling author Kelly Corrigan on Saturday, March 21 at 7 pm including a lively author presentation, Q&A, cookies and coffee reception, and book signing. A paperback copy of Corrigan’s latest book Glitter and Glue is included in the $30 ticket sale. Corrigan, a Pennsylvania native and University of Richmond alumni, examines the bond—sometimes nourishing, sometimes exasperating, occasionally divine—between mothers and daughters in Glitter and Glue. The event is a fundraiser for the Richmond nonprofit Jill’s Blankets. Location: Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Kelly Education Center - Auditorium, 1800 Lakeside Avenue, Richmond, VA 23228.
E-ticket sales: Fountain Bookstore in Carytown, www.fountainbookstore.com/jillsblankets, 804-788-1594. Jill’s Blanket’s is a nonprofit that makes handmade polar fleece blankets. Their mission is is to love and care for those undergoing chemotherapy treatment by making and delivering polar fleece blankets to as many patients as possible. For more information on Jill’s Blankets: www.jillsblankets.org.