Margarete Cassalina will help you to discover the strength and perseverance needed to confront LIFE. Commit to attending one of her upcoming appearances, or start planning your own event.
From corporate settings to non-profits, houses of worship or support groups, Margarete has a passion for sharing her experiences with you and helping you stay strong and focused on LOVE. To learn more about inviting Margarete to a special event, training session or fundraiser, visit her speaking page.
Milton Library Celebrates Founder’s Day with Local Author Margarete Cassalina
The Sarah Hull Hallock Free Library in Milton New York is pleased to announce that
Margarete Cassalina, a Milton resident and author of the award-winning book Beyond Breathing which recounts her struggle to overcome the loss of her 13-year-old daughter Jena to Cystic Fibrosis (CF) as well as her second (fiction) book See You At Sunset will be the speaker and signing her books at the
Library’s Founder’s Day on Wednesday, April 11, 2018, at 7 pm.
Margarete Cassalina is the mother of Eric and Jena, who were born with cystic fibrosis, and attended Milton Elementary School and the Marlboro Central Schools. Jena was 13 years old when she moved up to Heaven while waiting for a double lung transplant. She was an avid reader and attended programs at the Library.
In Beyond Breathing, Margarete Cassalina bares her soul in a heart-wrenching memoir about the life and loss of her daughter and her battle with cystic fibrosis. Her journey takes you from unfathomable heartache to love and the understanding of life’s realities. Margarete and her husband Marc are active in the national Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and have dedicated their lives to finding a cure.
Founder’s Day at the Milton Library is a celebration of the founding of the Library in 1884 in memory of Sarah Hull Hallock. Each year, the Board of Trustees hosts Founder’s Day in recognition of the long-standing commitment of the Library to reach out to the Milton community.
This event is free, open to the public, and all are welcome.
Reservations are not required, but appreciated.
Please call (845) 795-2200.