Dufferin County libraries (Grand Valley, Orangeville, and Shelburne) have partnered to deliver Coffee, Conversation & Books, a new program featuring local authors. On the third Wednesday of the month, a local author will host a book talk in a coffee shop in one of the three communities.
Grand Valley Public Library welcomes Debra Komar for Coffee, Conversation & Books at Brewed Awakenings, Grand Valley on Wednesday, April 18, at 7p.m. Debra is the author of 4 books which are true cold cases from Canada's history. A Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and a practicing Forensic Anthropologist for over twenty years, she has investigated human rights violations for the United Nations and Physicians for Human Rights, and has testified as an expert witness in The Hague and across North America.
This event is free, but registration is required. Coffee/Tea will also be available at no charge.