Cattrall will be busy while back in Comox Valley

KIM CATTRALL - Photo submitted
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Beginning with a stop at her former high school and culminating with a plaque on the Comox Valley Walk of Achievement, actress, writer and producer Kim Cattrall is returning to her roots.
Cattrall is participating is a series of events highlighting her career success on the big and small screen throughout next week.
She is best known for her role as Samantha Jones on Sex and the City.
On May 16, Cattrall is retuning to G.P. Vanier to present a bursary to two drama students and have lunch with staff members. Thursday at 1 p.m., a short ceremony will be held to officially change the name of Don Road to Kim Cattrall Road.
Friday at 10:30 a.m. will be an unveiling of a plaque at the Sid Williams Theatre to Cattrall.
The week wraps up with the Walk of Achievement presentation ceremony at the Native Sons Hall or the nearby plaza at the Sid Williams Theatre depending on the weather at 1 p.m. May 19.
The plaque will be unveiled at the Sid plaza following the ceremony.
The Golden Globe award winner was born in Liverpool, moving with her family to Courtenay when she was an infant. She returned to England at age 11, then coming back to Canada to finish secondary school.

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