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Hazel McCallion in conversation with Walter Mulkewich, December 1, 7pm

We greet you again from A Different Drummer Books, with news of an event to honour a legendary life and career:

HAZEL MCCALLION
presents her memoir
Hurricane Hazel: A Life with Purpose
in conversation with
WALTER MULKEWICH
Monday, December 1 7pm

Celebrating fifty years in municipal politics, Hazel McCallion comes to Burlington for a stirring evening on publication of her memoir, a chronicle of the colourful events of her long life and her twelve terms as mayor of Mississauga.

Hazel McCallion is joined by esteemed community leader and former Burlington mayor Walter Mulkewich in a spirited conversation about the challenges of office and the issues facing citizens today.

This extraordinary opportunity to Meet the Mayors–Hazel McCallion and Walter Mulkewich–takes place on Monday, December 1 at 7pm at Geraldo’s at LaSalle Park, 50 North Shore Boulevard East in Burlington.

Tickets are $10. To reserve seats, please contact us at (905) 639 0925 or diffdrum@mac.com. Thank you once again!

A Different Drummer Books
513 Locust Street Burlington
differentdrummerbooks.ca

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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