Author dares moms to dream

Author Christina Waschko gives an inspirational talk at the Maple Ridge library March 17

Christina Waschko is an author

Author Christina Waschko will share her secrets to success at the library on Sunday with an inspirational talk, “Dare to Dream and Make it Happen. “

Waschko, a resident of Maple Ridge, successfully established herself as a “mother-preneur” in Europe before she moved to Maple Ridge with her family.

“We all have dreams and ambitions, it doesn’t matter where we live in the world,” says Waschko, who wrote Verry Berry Extra-Ordinary, A Mother, her Teenage Dream & Recipes for a Buzzing Business.

“With my experience and knowledge I want to inspire women – and men of course – to take the plunge and tap into their own resourcefulness.”

• Christina Waschko is at the Maple Ridge library on Sunday March 17 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. To buy the book, visit

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