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Celtic Radio Community > The Celts > Diana Gabaldon Speaks At The Irish Cultural Center

Posted by: Desert Lass 29-May-2007, 11:21 PM
Arizona Celtic Cultural Association
P.O. Box 5818
Glendale AZ 85312


Contact: Michelle Campbell, Facilitator
Telephone: 623-561-2721
Email address: [email protected]
Date: May 29, 2007

For Immediate Release

Phoenix Arizona. Attention Outlander fans! The Arizona Celtic Cultural Association is proud to bring Diana Gabaldon to the Irish Cultural Center in Phoenix Arizona. June is literary month at the Irish Cultural Center with the celebration of Bloomsday and the welcoming of best selling novelist, Diana Gabaldon. The presentation is scheduled for June 30 at 7:30 PM at the Irish Cultural Center, 1106 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix Arizona. Admission is free; donations are being accepted to help fill the Library building fund. The Irish Cultural Center library will be Arizona’s only comprehensive learning annex of Celtic studies and Celtic literature.

Ms. Gabaldon will be speaking about her favored Outlander and Lord John series and the inspirations for which these best sellers have come. The Outlander and Lord John series, popular with the Celtic crowd, tells the story of Jamie Fraser, a Scottish Highlander from the 18th century, and his time-traveling wife, Claire. The latest book in the series is A Breath of Snow and Ashes. The Poisoned Pen will be on hand providing those missing editions for your collection.

For additional information, please contact the Irish Cultural Center at 602-258-0109 or the ACCA at 623-561-2721.

The Irish Cultural and Learning Foundation is a not for profit 501 © 3. The Irish Cultural Center enjoys a private-public partnership with the City of Phoenix, Parks and Recreation Department and Phoenix Sisters Cities.

Posted by: ArizonaAmy9 11-Jun-2007, 10:05 AM
biggrin.gif Thanks for posting the info Desert Lass, as Diana, Herself, is my all time fav author I will have to make sure I am there at the ICC. I think I still have one of her novels which has not been signed. Plus, I always enjoy visiting the ICC. thumbs_up.gif

Posted by: Lady of the Loch 26-Jun-2007, 09:18 AM
I only wish I could go or that she would be closer to me so I can get mine signed sad.gif

Posted by: MelissaDawn7 27-May-2014, 10:37 AM
I've been hearing so much about the Outlander series recently, I'd better read them!

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