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2019 Charlotte Zolotow Lecture
Kate DiCamillo
What Stories Have Given Me

 

Thursday, October 17
7:30 p.m.

Capitol Theater
Overture Center
201 State Street, Madison

These free public events are sponsored by the Cooperative Children's Book Center and the Friends of the CCBC, Inc. The lecture is part of the Wisconsin Book Festival.

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Frequently Asked Questions


Do I need a ticket? No. Tickets are not required for the lecture.

Where should I park? The Capitol Theater is located inside the Overture Center, which is 1 block off the Capitol Square in Madison. Parking information is available on the Overture Center's web site. The Overture Center is also within walking distance of the UW-Madison campus, and on many Madison bus routes.

Is the lecture for children? While older children and teens are welcome, this is a 45-minute lecture and the primary audience is adults.

Will there be books for sale? Yes. A Room of One's Own Bookstore will be selling books.

Will there be autographing? Yes. Ms DiCamillo will sign following the lecture.

Will the lecture be videotaped? No.

Is Ms. DiCamillo available for school visits while she's in Madison? No. Ms. DiCamillo will not be in Madison long enough to add anything to her schedule.

If you need an accommodation to attend this event, please contact KT Horning at 608-263-3721 or kt.horning@wisc.edu. All accommodation requests should be made no less than two weeks before the event. We will attempt to fulfill requests made after this date, but cannot guarantee they will be met.


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