LOUISVILLE — Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin will be featured at the 2010 National Quartet Convention, Sept. 12-18 in Louisville.
Palin, now an author and political commentator for Fox News, became only the second woman on the national ticket of a major party when Republican presidential candidate John McCain chose her as his running mate in the 2008 presidential election.
Palin will serve as the keynote speaker during an hour-long event on Thursday, beginning at 2 p.m. in Louisville’s Freedom Hall, located on the grounds of the Kentucky Fair & Expo Center.
She will speak for 30 minutes and then spend 30 minutes conducting a question and answer session with attendees.
Admission to the session featuring Palin will be included with the Thursday Showcase ticket package offered by the National Quartet Convention.