Terri Tate & Ann RoachNovember 10th at the Sutter Cancer Center in Sacramento

The Healing Power of Laughter
A Free Cancer Event

Sutter Buhler Specialty Pavilion
2800 L Street, Sacramento
First Floor meeting rooms

If you have heard Terri Tate speak at a Cancer as a Turning Point conference, you know that she is funny. And that she has survived two bouts of disfiguring oral cancer, which threatened her voice and her life. Her sense of humor, however, was never in danger. To celebrate the publication of her memoir, A Crooked Smile, there are several opportunities coming up to hear her speak. An inspirational teacher disguised as a stand-up comedian, Terri will share her unique brand of humor, shining light into the darkest corners of human experience.

The Sutter Health Institute for Health & Healing and the Sutter Cancer Center are partnering with Healing Journeys to bring you an evening with Terri Tate, oral cancer survivor and author. Join us for an incredible evening of inspiration, music, and laughter. Space is limited. Register here for this free event.

6:30 pm – Appetizers served
7:00 pm – Opening vocal performance by Ann Roach
7:20 pm – Laughter Yoga exercise by Maxine Barish-Wreden, MD
7:35 pm – Facing Change with Grace and Humor, Terri Tate, RN
8:30 pm – Q&A and book signing


November 1st — Book Passages Bookstore in Corte Madera
Book launch and introduction by special guest Anne Lamott
7:00pm — 9:00pm

November 7th — East West Bookshop in Mountain View, CA
7:00pm 8:30pm
Book Launch

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