A Literary Morning Tea with Brooke McAlary
Time & Location
About & Ticket Info
Brooke McAlary is passionate about slow living. In her bestselling book Slow and as host of podcast The Slow Home she encourages us to live simpler, slower lives.
Brooke’s new book is Care, with a focus on the things we can do every day – wherever we are, no matter our budget – to practise small, personal acts of care, in ‘half a minute’, ‘half an hour’ or ‘half a day or more’. She writes of connection, kindness, nature, making, movement and more to help us find a sustainable and realistic approach to care.
Brooke transformed her life after starting what she thought would be a simple declutter of her garage. The journey led her to a simpler, more meaningful and connected life in the Southern Highlands.
Brooke will be joined in conversation by Felicity McLean, author of the bestselling The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone.
Tickets: $40 (includes morning tea)
Tables will be arranged in groups of 10. Those attending in smaller groups will be seated to make up tables of 10. Please let us know if you’d like to sit with a friend.
Covid-safe event: limited tickets available (non-refundable). If you are unwell, please do not attend.