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FTRF45 in Austin: Featuring David Levithan
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FTRF is hosting a reception in conjunction with the Texas Library Association Annual Conference

When: April 15, 2015
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Where: Uncle Julio's
301 Brazos St.
Austin, Texas 
Contact: Gretchen McCord

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David LevithanTickets for FTRF 45th Anniversary Austin event, April 15, 2015. 

On Wednesday, April 15, join friends of the Freedom to Read Foundation as we gather at Uncle Julio's in Austin.

Featuring award-winning Young Adult author David Levithan

David will be discussing his experiences with censorship and signing copies of Every Day and his forthcoming book, Hold Me Closer: The Tiny Cooper Story, which will be available to attendees for an additional donation.

In addition, attendees will:


• LEARN about FTRF’s litigation, education, and grant-making efforts
• DISCOVER how you can get more involved in supporting the First Amendment in libraries and beyond
• CONSIDER becoming a card-carrying member of the Foundation and/or making a donation to support our work
• SOCIALIZE with other supporters of the freedom to read
• ENJOY some delicious food - and each attendee will receive a drink ticket good for one specialty drink!

For attendees of the Texas Library Association conference: This is located a block away from the Austin Convention Center


Advance tickets: $40.00 FTRF members • $45.00 non-members • $25.00 students

Tickets at the door: $50.00

Note: To receive the discounted $40 ticket, FTRF members must sign in. Non-members can purchase tickets without signing in. If you are not an FTRF member, you can join now and immediately receive the member discount.

If you would prefer to get tickets by phone, or have any questions, please call (312) 280-4226.

Texas Library Association Annual Conference attendees can add this ticket to their TLA event registration

Cosponsored by Texas Women's University School of Library and Information Studies

Special thanks to Penguin Young Readers Group and Random House Children's Books for their support of this event!