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Carnival-Styled Book Launch for SHATTER by Nikki Trionfo

Presented by Nikki Trionfo at CR Hamilton Family Sports Complex, Riverton UT

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May 19 2017
Carnival-Styled Book Launch for SHATTER by Nikki Trionfo

Hotdogs & carnival games for teens and families on May 19 in Riverton. Event celebrates the release of debut young adult murder mystery Shatter by Nikki Trionfo. Top prizes are $100 and a custom skateboard.

Come celebrate the release of young adult murder mystery Shatter. Fun for teens and families!

  • Hot Dogs, cotton candy & popcorn
  • Photo booth, balloon artist & chalk-drawing contest
  • Head-to-head X-box Just Dance competitions
  • Phone scavenger hunts
  • An Author vs Reader Dance Off
  • And More!

Three bodies. Two liars. One killer. SHATTER.

Located at the baseball fields behind the Riverton Walmart. Free and open to the public.

ADMISSION INFO

Free Admission

    Official Website

INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

Additional time info:

Students at Riverton High, South Hills Middle, Oquirrh Middle, and Fort Hills Middle have the books Shatter already available in their school libraries. Nikki Trionfo has presented at Fort Hills Middle school and will be at South Hills Middle on May 24.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

CR Hamilton Family Sports Complex

3700 W 13800 S, Riverton, UT

Full map and directions

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Wheelchair Access

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