July 3, 2015

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David Berkeley

5 pm, Apr 27, 2013 | free
 
The singer-songwriter and author reads from his book 140 Goats and a Guitar, and plays the music inspired from the stories (as well as other songs).


Where: Collected Works Bookstore
Phone: 505-988-4226
Address:
202 Galisteo St.
Santa Fe, NM
87501
Website: www.cwbookstore.com

 

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