Winner of 2017 Giller Prize

Winner of 2017 Giller Prize
Michael Redhill for his novel Bellevue Square

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Lots Going on This Fall!!

PARIS 1919

Paul Cowan's feature-length documentary based on Margaret MacMillan's bestselling book, won the Banff World Television Award in the category of History and Biography programs. Paris 1919 skillfully merges remarkable archival footage with riveting re-enactments to depict the world-changing events of the Paris Peace Conference, which led to the Treaty of Versailles, the League of Nations and, as some historians claim, the Second World War.

Waverley Auditorium Nov 10, 7 pm.

~Cambrian Play Reading Series, 7 pm~

Albertine in Five Times by Michel Tremblay.
Waverly Auditorium, Sept 24
6 Women portray Albertine at various times throughout her life.

Cloud Nine by Caryl Churchill.
Brodie Fireside Reading Room, Oct 24
A play that looks at racial and sexual identities.

Illegal Entry by Clem Martini.
Mary JL Black Auditorium Nov 19
This play gives a portrayal of teenage boys growing up.

~ Book Launch!!!!

Thunder and Blood~
Waverley Resource Library Auditorium
Oct. 17, 2009 at 2:00 PM

Author Stacey Voss was born and raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. She wrote Thunder and Blood while living with her family in Wuppertal, Germany. The story takes place in her home town of Thunder Bay.


~Author Reading~
Eight Days of Crisis on the Hill and Stephen Harper's Political Leadership
Waverly Library Auditorium, Sept 28, 7pm
Brodie Fireside Reading Room, Oct 5, 7 pm

Join author Thomas W. Joseph for a reading and discussion.

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