Lori Wolf-Heffner

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Waterloo Christmas Market at RIM Park

November 10 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Various grey-toned Christmas images: of a car transporting a tree; some mittens; and a wreath. For the Waterloo Christmas Market

The 3rd annual Waterloo Christmas Market is organized by All Canadian Events. It’s the biggest Christmas Market fellow Zwei Writer Heather Wright and I will be attending.

All Canadian Events was created in 2009 to help engage the community by bringing them together, provide exposure for new artists, help small businesses grow, and create opportunities for local families to thrive. Heather and I are definitely looking forward to joining this community of creators! Look for the Zwei Writers From K-W banner. At our booth, you’ll find a friendly pair of women who love to chat with anyone who drops by, plus a unique selection of books written by two local authors.

I’ll be selling all four books from Between Worlds, plus Postcards in a Closet. If budget is a concern, I’ll have a limited number of books from Between Worlds that have the original covers–they’ll be 50% off! Alongside me will be Heather Wright, my consulting editor and writing coach. She’ll be selling her books on how to write, her genre journals (I used one for Between Worlds 5 and it was hugely helpful), and stories for boys. A former high school teacher, Heather has also written how-to books and journals on writing for teens.

The Waterloo Christmas Market will be big, fun, and full of artisans, small businesses, and, of course, writers 🤶🏻. At our booth, you’ll find a friendly pair of women who love to chat with anyone who drops by, plus a unique selection of books written by two local authors. Look for the vertical banner that says “Zwei Writers From KW.”

Organizer

All Canadian Events
Email:
info@allcanadianevents.com
Website:
http://www.allcanadianevents.com/event/

Venue

RIM Park
2001 University Avenue
Waterloo, Ontario Canada
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