Brendan Leonard Book SigningFebruary 17, 2017
Brendan Leonard is coming to Munising for a series of presentations and book signings during the Michigan Ice Fest at both the Falling Rock Cafe and Bookstore, as well as the Michigan Ice Fest headquarters!
Join Brendan as he shares his personal journey inspired by his new book Sixty Meters to Anywhere, one of Amazon’s “Best Books of the Year So Far” in 2016. If you haven’t read his book, we will be selling them at both events. Expect to laugh, learn, and to be inspired!
Book Signings and Presentations
Falling Rock Café and Bookstore
Saturday, Feb. 18 at 5:00pm
Ice Fest Headquarters
Sunday, Feb. 19 at 9:00am
All of us at the Falling Rock Café and Bookstore would like to say a huge THANK YOU to Bill Thompson, owner at Downwind Sports and organizer of the Ice Climbing Festival. He is an expert at what he does, knowledgeable about all sports and the gear that goes with it, very generous with his time and resources, and he works really hard to bring this event to Munising!
About the Author
Denver-based Brendan Leonard is most known for the funny and inspirational adventure essays he’s published on Semi-Rad.com since 2011, but his path to the mountains started in a much darker place. Join him for a “motivational stand-up comedy show” inspired by his new book Sixty Meters to Anywhere.
Leonard’s writing has appeared in Backpacker, Outside, Men’s Journal, CNN, Climbing, Alpinist, High Country News, Adventure Cyclist and dozens of other publications. He is a contributing editor at Adventure Journal and the podcast The Dirtbag Diaries, and he has co-written and co-produced films that have won awards at the Banff Mountain Film Festival and the 5Point Film Festival.This entry was posted in News & Events and tagged bill thompson, book presentation, book signing, bookstore, brendan leonard, coffee shop, coffeehouse, downwind sports, falling rock cafe, ice climbing festival, ice festival, marquette, michigan, michigan ice fest, munising, sixty meters to anywhere, upper peninsula. Bookmark the permalink.