Author Reading

Event: Klee Wyck Journal: The Making of a Wilderness Retreat

Start Date: 
March 31st 2018

Klee Wyck Journal is the story of ocean kayakers who, over 15 summer vacations, claimed a wilderness beach on the west coast of Vancouver Island.

Event: Catherine Dook @ Cowichan Library: "Darling Don't Try This At Home"

Start Date: 
February 17th 2018

Join us as Catherine Dook offers a light read from her latest works, Darling, Don’t Try This at Home!

Event: Carolyn Affleck Youngs: Walking to Japan

Start Date: 
February 24th 2018


Event: Carol M. Cram @ Chemainus Branch

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Start Date: 
March 2nd 2018

Historical novelist Carol M. Cram discusses her latest work, 

Event: Author Event: Carol M. Cram @ Cowichan Branch

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Start Date: 
March 2nd 2018

Historical novelist Carol M. Cram discusses her latest work, 

Event: Author Event: Emma Garriott

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Start Date: 
February 1st 2018

Join us to hear Chemainus author Emma Garriott read from her novel, Branded, the first volume of the Tarlen Realms series.

Event: Author Reading: Marie Maccagno

Book cover: The Chocolate Pilgrim
Start Date: 
December 7th 2017

Local author, Marie Maccagno, celebrates the publication of her book, The Chocolate Pilgrim: A Journey to Self-Discovery & Transformation on the Camino de Santiago<

Event: 150 X 39 Poetry Anthology Launch

Anthology poetry launch, Harbourfront Branch, Tina Biello
Start Date: 
December 2nd 2017

Join us at the launch party of our 39 X 150 Poetry Anthology.  The goal of this anthology is to celebrate Canada 150 by capturing the character and flavor of the communities we serve in 39 poe

Event: Book Launch: Dr. Lyn Merryfeather (You've Changed)

Start Date: 
December 9th 2017
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Event: Author Reading: Ron Norman

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Start Date: 
November 28th 2017

Join Ron Norman, former deputy minister, at the Courtenay Library as he celebrates the publication of a novel about BC politics, Slouching Towards Innocence.

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