Kathrine Switzer, whose 1967 run at the Boston Marathon transformed women’s sports, will speak at Auburn High School at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 19, in an event sponsored by Friends of Seymour Library. Switzer will talk about what motivated her to become an athlete, advocate for women’s sports, author and Emmy Award-winning commentator. Also speaking at the event is Switzer's husband, Roger Robinson, an elite runner and award-winning sports journalist.Tickets for the event are $10 for seniors and students and $15 for adults. Tickets are available at the library, Downtown Books and Coffee, and online at friendsofseymourlibrary.com . Raffle tickets also are available at the library for a basket that includes two front-row tickets to the event, a one-month membership at the YMCA, Switzer’s memoir “Marathon Woman,” fitness equipment and more. There will be raffle items ranging from wine to restaurant gift certificates the night of the event, and people who buy tickets in advance will receive a free raffle ticket at the door. Mark your calendar and get your tickets for what promises to be a memorable evening!