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All the tickets for this special event have been distributed.
Join Wisconsin Public Television, Wisconsin Public Radio and Pablo Center at the Confluence for a special preview screening of the new television special, Michael Perry: How Ya Doin’. Michael Perry will also be there for a special Q&A session with the audience after the screening.

Attendance is free, but tickets are required.
Reserve your free tickets online here, while they last:

7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21
Riverfront Room
The Pablo Center at The Confluence
128 Graham Ave., Eau Claire

Michael Perry: How Ya Doin’ is a new special with an old twist.

Join celebrated Wisconsin author and humorist, Michael Perry, as he looks back on his “Clodhopper” tales of life in Wisconsin with an eye toward how his stories of the past connect us to the future. Perry muses on woodpiles and farm auctions, chicken sheds and picking rock. And, of course, tractors.

Be part of this special preview screening and see the show before it premieres on Wisconsin Public Television 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 5.

Special thanks to Wisconsin Public Radio and the Pablo Center at The Confluence for their partnership in presenting this special community screening and Q&A event.

Funding for Michael Perry: How Ya Doin' provided by Ron and Colleen Weyers, Stanley J. Cottrill Fund, the Focus Fund for Wisconsin Programming and Friends of Wisconsin Public Television.

Photo above courtesy Lee Butterworth.

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February 21, 2019 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Pablo Center at the Confluence