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Join us at The Station this Saturday, February 25 at 10am for our first Celebrity Reader Series with one of the most recognized faces in cooking today, critically acclaimed chef, restauranteur, and television personality Graham Elliot!

In addition to being co-host and judge on FOX’s Masterchef and Masterchef Jr, Elliot has appeared as a contestant on Iron Chef America, and on multiple seasons of Top Chef Masters.

Chef Elliot will be reading Todd Parr’s It’s OK to be Different. This event is FREE, but space is limited. Please reserve your tickets here.

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