Hello Hamilton!

I’m going to be doing a couple of events on Sunday, January 14. 2007 in Hamilton, Ontario. If you’re in the area do come out to one or both of these events and say hi!

You Grow Girl Book signing at Mixed Media
174 James St. N. (at Cannon) 905-529-2323
11:30am – 12:30

[Note: Store hours on the website do not include Sundays however the store will be opened especially for this event! So no sweat. You will not arrive at a closed store in the middle of winter like that time I went to grade school on a holiday.]

Those who attend will also receive a two-for-one coupon to attend the Royal Botanical Garden’s annual Health and Wellness fair [see below].

And then later that same day:

Royal Botanical Gardens
a part of the Health & Wellness Show’s Green Gardening Expo

Presentation: Learn how to grow food organically in small or difficult spaces. Includes practical and thrifty growing tips and inspiring ideas for growing unusual and gorgeous veggies and herbs.

Two times: 1-1:30pm and 3-3:30pm.

Directions to the RGB by car, train, or bus.

I will also be bringing books, calendars, shirts and a few miscelleneous items and will have a table at the RGB event. If there is anything specific you would like (especially t-shirt sizes) please let me know ahead of time so I can pack it. I can only carry a small amount of merch which means sizes and quantities will be very limited.

    Here’s a photo of a house I took in Hamilton on the hottest day I can remember in a long while.
Gayla Trail
Gayla is a writer, photographer, and former graphic designer with a background in the Fine Arts, cultural criticism, and ecology. She is the author, photographer, and designer of best-selling books on gardening, cooking, and preserving.

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3 thoughts on “Hello Hamilton!

  1. Hello, just writing to say I found your page in JPG magazine and I think you’re amazing. What an inspirational article you wrote. I recently took (and dropped) my first photography college class. The teacher was one a good friend of mine loved and revered. This was not the same teacher I experienced, he was a hotshot self-worshiping art snob. This class grieved me (and emptied my wallet). I regret not having had the good photography class experience, but your words kind of helped me laugh a little and realize that it’s not The End.

  2. Rachel: No it is definitely not the end! About half the art teachers I had were self-worshipping snobs… or just very bitter. Don’t let that experience taint your interest in photography.

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