Jax Cooks Author Tour 2012
We have had great events with Jax this month at the Langham Hotel, Auckland
, The Women's Bookshop, Marbecks in Palmerston North, PaperPlus Masterton
(with the fabulous Russell and Sue) and PaperPlus Lower Hutt
Jax has also been busy at the Ellerslie Flower Show
, with Brett McGregor and the Countdown team, and WOMAD in New Plymouth
. Phew! This week and next, she is back in the south, with Christchurch events, and then a tour through Timaru, Oamaru and Dunedin. She'll be calling in on as many stores as she can along the way, so look out for signed copies.
Thursday 22 March, Christchurch
Come and meet Jax at The Press Literary Liaison event, hosted by Zest
editor Kate Fraser. Kate and Jax will talk about the book and invite questions from the floor. Bubbles and juice will be served, with nibbles using Jax's recipes from the book. Venue: The George Hotel
Saturday 24 March, Ballantynes, Christchurch
Jax will be instore at Ballantynes talking about her new book. Come along and get your copy signed and chat to Jax. For more information, visit the Ballantynes
Tuesday 27 March, Ballantynes, Timaru
Another great instore event with Jax, this time at Ballantynes in Timaru.
Wednesday 28 March, Oamaru
A superb event with PaperPlus Oamaru and Waitaki Girls High School to promote the book and fund raise for the WGHS PTA. Jax will be talking about her life story and her love of food and will be signing copies.
7.30 pm, Waitaki Girls High School Hall, Thames St, Oamaru
Tickets $15, includes wine or juice on entry, and supper
Tickets available from PaperPlus or WGHS Office.
Thursday 29 March, Dunedin
Enjoy a wonderful evening event with Marbecks Dunedin and Jax Hamilton to launch her much-awaited first book. Includes delicious canapes. $5 from every ticket will be donated to Otago Community Hospice.Tickets $10 and can be purchased from Marbecks, Butterflies the Hospice shops (Dunedin and Mosgiel) and the Rotary Club of Dunedin South
Event runs from 6 to 7.30 pm
Marbecks, Wall St Shopping Complex, 211 George St