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Author to share experiences as a caregiver, share resources

Critically acclaimed author and Sacramento Bee reporter Kate Washington will share her personal experiences with caregiving and excerpts from her new book, “Already Toast, Caregiving and Burnout in America,” on Sunday. Doors open at 2 p.m., with a presentation scheduled from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Gold Miners Inn Conference Center in Grass Valley. Hosted by One Source-Empowering Caregivers, “Already Toast and Tea” will be an interactive afternoon, allowing community members to ask questions and meet the author. Tickets include the book, food and drinks. Live music and local vendors will also be part of the event. To purchase tickets, call 530-205-9513 or visit http://www.empoweringcaregivers.org. The Gold Miners Inn is located at 121 Bank St. in Grass Valley.

 


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