Author Talks & Lectures
Winnie, Elspeth Cameron?s aunt, lived in Rosedale with her family in the 1910s. Over the course of her life, she saw the city change from an English and Scottish bastion with horse-drawn buggies, to a multicultural city whe...
David Rotenberg?s thrilling sequel to The Placebo Effect is full of suspense and will challenge what you think you know about people who have special ?gifts.? From rural Africa to downtown Toronto, the paths of Rotenberg?s co...
Come and hear how an American became enthralled with our films and what they show of our Canadian identity....
Lillian H. Smith
Community Lit., a new lifelong learning partnership with University of Waterloo, is an accessible and free course in literature comparable to what a university might offer. Over six weeks, UW instructor Sanja Ivanov leads par...
Mon Mar 17
Mon Mar 24
Gina Buonaguro & Janice Kirk discuss their historical mystery, The Wolves of St. Peter's -- a suspenseful, intoxicating mystery of art, young love and betrayal, set amid the glory and corruption of Renaissance Rome. Drop-in.
Local author Nicholas Pengelley will read from his newly published thriller, "Traitors' Gate". He will also talk about the main themes in the novel, particularly its origins in political developments in the Middle East of the...