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BOOK TALK: DENNIS RIZZO

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BOOK TALK –  Thursday, December 9, 2021 7-9pm at Hibernation Arts

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Dennis will talk about Mariposa Exposed II, as well as the previous books, For this Holiday Season, you can take home Neil Hurtubise, Helen French, Don Evans, Rusty Draper, Dave Town, Paul Shilling,
Liz Anderson, Evelyn Pollack, Bill Tiffin, Harry Hall and over 60 other contributors to the second volume of Mariposa Exposed. An eclectic collection of tales about Orillia, old and new, told by the people who lived them.

Contact Hibernation Arts Gallery & Shop for More information.

About Dennis Rizzo :

2018 10 15 mariposa exposed vol 2 cover

 

Dennis Rizzo:  Dennis Rizzo is retired from social program management and private industry. He is a transplanted American from New Jersey. Since 2010 he has lived in Orillia with his Canadian-born wife and twin daughters. He is a founding member of Orillia for Democracy and a member of the Mariposa Writers Group as well as an amateur musician and writer. He was recently accepted to the Board of ODAC. His work includes articles in several professional and trade journals as well as Lake Simcoe Living. He completed A Brief History of Orillia, for The History Press, in 2014. He has had four non-fiction books and one fiction book published. He is encouraged by the sales of Volume One, excited about Volume Two, and wants to get more stories into the “bag” to feed future generations of Orillians.
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For more info, contact Molly at Hibernation Arts.

 

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Dec 09 2021
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7:00 pm
Category
Hibernation Arts Gallery & Shop

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Hibernation Arts Gallery & Shop
Phone
(249) 385 5039
Email
mollytas(at)gmail.com
Website
http://www.hibernationarts.ca

ADDRESS
17 Peter St S,
Orillia, On L3V 5A8
(249) 385-5039

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