HomeWord Bound: An Event of Literary Proportions fundraiser
HomeWord Bound is CPAH’s annual literary fundraiser, set for April 5, 2013, 6-10 p.m. at the Tualatin Country Club. Event includes dinner, silent auction, 12 local authors signing and books available for sale, all for a great cause!
Tickets are $75; a table of 10 for $600. Reservations required; contact Tracy Stepp at email@example.com, call 503-293-4038, or order tickets online at http://www.cpahinc.org/hwbound2013.html.
Joining CPAH in 2013 as featured speakers are: New York Times Best Selling author Daniel H. Wilson (a robotocist by trade, whose last novel, “Robopocalypse” is being made into a movie by Steven Spielberg) will discuss his new novel, “Amped.” Poet and essayist Kim Stafford (son of legendary Oregon Poet Laureate William Stafford), will discuss his poignant yet uplifting book about his brother’s suicide in 1988, “100 Tricks Every Boy Can Do.” And New York Times Best Selling author Whitney Otto (who wrote “How to Make an American Quilt” – which was also made into a movie by Steven Spielberg), will discuss her latest novel, “Eight Girls Taking Pictures,” described as a deeply affecting meditation on the lives of women artists. Also, the hilarious Dan Murphy from The Broadway Rose Theatre Company will be in attendance once again as Master of Ceremonies. Other authors in attendance include: TJ Brown, Rob DeBorde, Brian Doyle, Scott Farris, April Henry, Karen Karbo, Carter Sickels, Laura Stanfill and Yuvi Zalkow. Get your tickets now!
For more information, visit www.cpahinc.org. Silent auction items are gratefully accepted.
CPAH, (now in its 20th year), is a local non-profit that provides safe and sustainable affordable housing along with support and skill-building services for individuals and families in the Tigard-Tualatin area, SW Portland and Beaverton.