Events

Burlington Library Local Author Fair

It's summer and the reading is fresh...and local! Meet and celebrate such Burlington writers as Sylvia McNicoll and Jennifer Maruno!

Sylvia will be talking about inspiration and the writing process of her famous Jackapoo Mortie and will be reading from her latest Great Mistake Mystery, The Diamond Mistake, from 11-11:15 at the Burlington Central Library's brand new Story Tree Circle on the second floor.

Brockville Library Presents Lies That Bind

Brockville Library presents author Penelope Williams as the Featured Author for June! Penelope will be at Brockville Library on June 22 at 2 PM for a reading from Lies That Bind and will be signing copies afterwards. 

Lies That Bind will be on sale all month at the library.  

 

 

This May Hurt A Bit: Reinventing Canada's Health Care System

Canada's health care system is in poor health. How might we fix it? Why would we want to? What's stopping us from doing so? These three questions lie at the heart of this in-depth exploration of one of the biggest political and personal issues facing Canadians.
Stephen Skyvington presents his book This May Hurt a Bit: Reinventing Canada's Health Care System and explains why change has to occur, provides a blueprint for doing so, and describes how Canadians can and must get involved to save our flagging health-care system.

Stephen Skyvington is one of Canada's pre-eminent political pundits and health care policy experts. His columns regularly appear in newspapers across Canada. He lives in Cobourg, Ontario. 

Program hosted by the Business, Science and Technology Department. Drop in. No registration required.

Cost
Free

Book Launch for The Gamer's Guide to Getting the Girl

Cost
free

Join Kristine Scarrow as she launches The Gamer's Guide to Getting the Girl at McNally Robinson in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Whether you're a gamer, an advocate for love or you just  enjoy celebrating Canadian literature, we've got a great night planned!