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Authoring Your Future: In Conversation with Janice Hulse

Age of Freedom Book CoverJoin author Janice Hulse and Program Coordinator Jeanette Bruce for a fireside chat exploring Janice’s new book, Age of Freedom: Women at the Crossroads of Career and Change.

Age of Freedom shares the insights of over 650 professional women and their stories. Women are always evolving and changing to meet the needs of their work world and personal life. The intersection of activity and purpose is a powerful way to determine if you’re in the right place or if it’s time to make changes and what directions are in front of you. Hear some of the stories from women who shared their journeys and their learnings as they embraced their careers or left them behind!

Janice will have signed copies of Age of Freedom for sale at a special event price of $15, cash only. $5 from each sale will be donated to Whistler Public Library!

Registration is required for this event! Email publicservices@whistlerlibrary.ca to sign up.

Proof of vaccination is required to attend this program. Please ensure you have a digital or print copy of your Vaccine Card and a piece of government-issued photo ID. Click here to view the provincial proof of vaccination requirements.

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Date

Apr 19 2022
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Time

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Whistler Public Library
Whistler Public Library, Main Street, Whistler, BC, Canada
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