Hillary Clinton Visits Buffalo For Book Signing
Hillary Clinton's new book "What Happened" explains the reasons why she thinks she lost to Donald Trump in the Presidential election last November. And she'll be in Buffalo on Thursday afternoon to sign copies of that book.
The event at Larkin Square is part of the Larkin Square Author Series. The Former First Lady, U.S. Secretary of State and U.S. Senator will appear beginning at 12:30 pm. But you need a ticket to attend the event and tickets are sold out. Tickets were available only with the purchase of "What Happened". Copies of the book will be available for sale at the Larkin Market beginning at 9 am.
There are a lot of restrictions surrounding her appearance. Clinton will sign only copies of "What Happened" as well as her 2017 children’s book "It Takes a Village". She'll sign up to two books per customer, but one of those books must be the newly released book.
She will not sign any other books or items. And she will not pose for photos.
Larkin Square is at 745 Seneca Street. Parking is free. If you have a ticket, you should park in the lot at Hydraulic and Seneca Streets. There's more information at the Larkin Square website.