Online ticket purchases for Clearview Reads: William Kamkwamba will end Friday, February 21 at 12 PM. Paper tickets will be sold at the Innovation Fair starting at 5 PM while supplies last.
The Clearview Library District and the Clearview Library District Friends and Foundation will host New York Times bestselling author William Kamkwamba as part of the Clearview Reads series on Saturday, Feb. 22, at Windsor High School.
The evening will begin with a free Innovation Fair from 5-6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. The Innovation Fair will include an interactive showcase of STEM technology from local students, companies, and organizations. Please contact [email protected] for more information. 5pm (Free)
The author talk with Kamkwamba will begin at 6:45 p.m. in the auditorium with a book signing immediately following.
Tickets are $5 for the author talk, which can be purchased below. Proceeds benefit the Friends and Foundation’s Clearview Reads fund.
In addition to being a best-selling author, Kamkwamba is a speaker, innovator, TED Fellow, IDEO.org Global Fellow, and co-founder of the Moving Windmills Project.
Kamkwamba’s amazing journey to achieve his dream of bringing electricity, light, and the promise of a better life to his family in Malawi is captured in the memoir “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind: Creating Currents of Electricity and Hope,” co-authored with Bryan Mealer. Seemingly against all odds, he constructed a windmill from scraps to bring lighting to his family’s home.
This event is sponsored by Bank of Colorado, CPP Wind Engineering and Air Quality Consultants, Fransen Pittman, and RE/MAX (Dennis Schick, John Taylor, and Stephanie Woodward).
For more information call 970-686-5603.
About Clearview Reads
Each year, the Clearview Library District, Clearview Library District Friends & Foundation, and the Kathy Murphy Speaker Series Fund are proud to present Clearview Reads, a series of literary events that brings popular authors to our community.
The author series is funded by the Kathy Murphy Speaker Series Fund at the Community Foundation. The fund was created by a donation from Vincent Murphy in memory of his wife, Kathy, a former director of the Clearview Library District.
(Dennis Schick, John Taylor, Stephanie Woodward)
1100 Main St
Windsor, CO 80550
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