THE BOOKSHELF FOCUSES ON FIRST NATIONS, METIS, INUIT WRITERS AND AUTHOR ALLIES

Title: THE BOOKSHELF FOCUSES ON FIRST NATIONS, METIS, INUIT WRITERS AND AUTHOR ALLIES
Location: The Bookshelf Cinema and Bookstore
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Description: On Saturday April 30th, across North America, authors will be present in independent bookstores to show their appreciation for all that bookstores do to foster book and community culture.
The Bookshelf has invited Tom King, Rene Meshake and other First Nations, Metis and Inuit writers, storytellers, drummers and singers to take part in this day. Author ally John Ralston Saul will also be present. The opening gathering will be at 10:30. There will be children’s readings, young indigenous writers, and many speaking about residential school experiences. John Ralston Saul and Tom King will be speaking in the cinema at 1:30. We are honoured to have this important gathering. The time is now to work together to understand and change this most urgent historical wrongdoing!

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With special thanks to the Bookshelf who were a sponsor for the Guelph chapter Council of Canadians Trans Pacific Partnership Town Hall held on Wednesday April 27th
Start Time: 10:30 am
Date: 2016-04-30