A little more info on the 3 Toledo, Ohio readings this week

Just a quick note here about the three readings I’m doing this Thursday in the Toledo Ohio area– two at the two campuses of Owens Community College in Findlay and Toledo, and one at the University of Findlay.

I have been given, at last, some actual times and room numbers for anyone in the area who wants to stop in and hear me tell the same old jokes.  They are as follows:

9:30 AM, College Hall 100, Owens Community College, Toledo Ohio

2 PM, EC 111, Owens Community College, Findlay, Ohio

7 PM University of Findlay, Findlay, Ohio

Looking forward to seeing readers there!

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  1. Posted March 31, 2011 at 3:55 pm | Permalink

    Just had the pleasure of sitting through a reading at OCC in Findlay. It was wonderful . . . and the same old jokes were funny! Blessings to you and yours.

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