Thurber House Summer Literary Picnic featuring Bob Hunter, Columbus Dispatch Sports Columnist

Bob Hunter, sports columnist for the Columbus Dispatch, will be the featured author at the Thurber House Summer Literary Picnic on Wednesday, August 3. Hunter will give a 45-minute reading of his new book, Chic, followed by a 15-minute Q&A and book signing.

Event Details
Thurber House Summer Literary Picnic featuring Bob Hunter and his new book Chic
Wednesday, August 3, 7 p.m. Picnic begins at 6:15 p.m.
Thurber House (77 Jefferson Ave., Columbus, OH 43215)

Tickets
Reading and dinner tickets are $25 and $15 for reading only. The deadline to buy dinner tickets to the Bob Hunter Picnic is Monday, Aug. 1 by 4 p.m. Reading-only tickets may be purchased  in advance or at the door. Click here to purchase tickets online.

Menu
Caesar chicken and parmesan wraps; tri-colored orzo salad with arugula, feta cheese,
toasted pine nuts and dried cherries; triple-chocolate brownies.

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About GCSC

The Greater Columbus Sports Commission (GCSC) was formed in June 2002 to provide leadership, guidance and marketing expertise in attracting regional, national and international sporting events and activities to bolster Greater Columbus economically and socially. Since its inception, GCSC has bid on and brought more than 150 new sporting events to Columbus that have generated an estimated $150 million in visitor spending. The GCSC also works to retain annual bid events that have generated an additional $100 million in visitor spending.
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