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Published on: October 2, 2016
Cocktail Reception with Author and Actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley
Presented by CIBC
Hear from Kim first hand about her devastating journey coping with her mother’s dementia and why Kim wrote such a personal account of losing her mother, only to find her again.
Enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres, a partial book reading and fireside chat, with Kim addressing the issues attendees want to hear most.
KIMBERLY WILLIAMS- PAISLEY
Father of the Bride and According to Jim actress and author
Indigo Founder & Chief Executive
Guests will receive an autographed copy of Where The Light Gets In and have an opportunity to personally thank Kim for sharing her heartbreaking experience.
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