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Mon., Dec. 28, 2020, 7pm ET
Richard Kelly Kemick, Jana Pruden
No matter if you’ve been naughty or nice this year, we could all use some laughter —and not the nervous kind we’ve had throughout 2020.
Leave your masks—and yourselves—at home, as Richard Kelly Kemick reads you hilarious holiday memoirs on Dec. 28th at 7pm ET. Along with his little elf helper—renowned writer and Globe and Mail reporter Jana G. Pruden—he’ll share candid stories behind stories like I am Herod and “Playing God,” before taking your questions.
Tickets are by donation with full proceeds going toward buying books and school supplies for children in need. Give what you can, pull on a hideous sweater, and join the party. Because after a year like 2020 you deserve two Christmases!
Includes: One-hour presentation plus audience Q&A; closed captioning for the hearing impaired; access to watch Replay anytime you want.
How it Works: After checkout, you’ll receive a receipt with a link and password for the live Zoom event. You will also receive an emailed reminder with the same information a few hours before the session. After the event you’ll get a password to access the Replay.
Accessibility: Close captioning works for live webinar only. It’s generated by Rev AI technology and subject to error.
Tickets are by donation. 100% of proceeds go to Plan International Canada‘s Gifts of Hope to purchase books and educational resources for children in developing regions.
About the Cause
Plan International Canada is one of the world’s oldest and largest international development organizations. Through its Gifts of Hope program, your donation goes directly to the gift you choose – helping children, families and communities in need, just as described. Since 2004, Gifts of Hope has reached millions around the world with life-changing gifts – from goats, school supplies, clean water access and essential health equipment, to entrepreneurial ventures for women and girls, and vitally-needed supplies in times of emergency. Learn more.