MANITOULIN WRITER’S CIRCLE: authors reading on July 1, 2017

Enjoy Canada Day readings Saturday

July 1st, 2017, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Gore Bay Harbour Centre (second level)

The Manitoulin Writers’ Circle will contribute to the Canada Day festivities at Gore Bay Harbour Centre by presenting stories and poems written especially for this milestone birthday.

The readings will include material published in the Manitoulin Expositor January to July 2017 as well as other new works. The second floor of the Harbour Centre in Gore Bay will be transformed into a high tea cafe with refreshments and sweets. The cafe is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the readings run from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Of course. Artist’s studios will be open throughout the Harbour Centre a book sale will be on downstairs (proceeds to go to the Gore Bay Museum).

Hope to see you there!

Readings by:

Rosanna Battigelli: Our Canada: Tomatoes, Red Peppers and Maple Leaves
Fay Becks: Fifty Shades of Maple
Vincente Belenson: The Beaver Tale
Rose McCormick Brandon: A Child Immigrant Arrives in Canada
Evelyn Cardiff: The Douglas House, A Crystal Ball Look into Canada’s Future
Ann Elizabeth Carson: Getting There
Vera Constantineau: Canadian Ways, The PEI Charm
Emily De Angelis: An Intriguing Tale of International Coffee – in search of Timmies
Margo Little: Memories of “Mike” and Harrington Lake, The Wheel of Nations: A Souvenir of Expo 67, Here She Comes, Miss Wagg’s Creamery.
Jan McQuay: A Dark History of Canada
Julia Snell: Birch Bark Canoe, Canada Jay, Loon Call
Connie Suite: The Road That Binds, The Crochet Hook
Linda Willson: Three Sisters at Expo

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