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Published on: February 14, 2020
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative:
Join us for conversation and reception with 8-time Juno Award winning Singer-Songwriter & Actress Jann Arden, along with Your Morning Host Anne-Marie Mediwake.
Whether she is captivating audiences with her heartfelt music, entertaining them with her quick wit or sharing her written word in a boldly honest voice – Jann Arden is a Canadian original – a brilliant multi-dimensional talent!
Enjoy refreshments and hear Jann’s personal story of triumph and tragedy. Guests will receive an autographed copy of ‘Feeding My Mother – Comfort and Laughter in the Kitchen as My Mom Lives with Memory Loss’, and have an opportunity to meet Jann personally.
TUESDAY MARCH 31 at 5:30 PM
The Globe and Mail Centre | 17th Floor | 351 King St. E. | Toronto
Order your tickets HERE
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