If you're interested in booking Kara for an event, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about her press and presentations here.
Indianapolis, IN - Saturday, May 6th
Mission Recovery on the Road
Connecting our Community Through Hope in Recovery
Hosted by ERC's Family Institute
Renaissance Indianapolis North
11925 N Meridian St.
Carmel, IN 46032
ERC is offering a discounted room rate of 164.95 USD per night. The last day to book at this discounted rate is April 15th. To book your room at the Renaissance Indianapolis North, click here.
Email Alia Green, Alumni/Family Liaison at Alia.Green@eatingrecovery.com.
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Every winter Walking Mountains Science Center brings our community notable and passionate speakers who offer a unique view of our natural surroundings. The 2016 theme is Creating a Sense of Place.
How do the places we call home come to define who we are and how can we strengthen our relationships with where we live. The High Country Speaker Series is a partnership between Walking Mountains Science Center and Eagle Valley Library District with the mission of encouraging environmental awareness, inspiring positive relationships with the natural world, and creating thought provoking dialogue in our community. Join us for presentations and discussion with local celebrities, renowned authors, and outdoor enthusiasts as we dial in on why we love our beautiful, engaging, and fragile place!
These evening programs will begin at 5:30 pm & are FREE to attend with a $10 suggested donation.
February 16: "Celebrating Accomplishments in the Outdoors" with adventurer Kara Richardson Whitely
Kara will be one of several local authors who will read To Kill A Mockingbird in anticipation of Harper Lee's long-awaited second novel. The event goes on all day but Kara will read from 5:30 to 6 p.m. Monday, July 13 at the Bridgewater NJ Barnes & Noble.
Kara will be discussing and signing copies of Gorge after her stint.