On Father's Day, treat Dad to some vintage humour at the Burnaby Village Museum – enjoy a lively reading of selected stories from Stephen Leacock's 1912 classic, "Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town." The "grandfather" of Canadian humourists, Leacock affectionately portrayed the eccentric characters of a small 19th-century town with his masterful dry wit. Librarians from Burnaby Public Library will read the stories as a benefit for the Burnaby Community Connections' Camping Bureau, which helps Burnaby children go to summer camp.
Recommended for ages 11 through adult. Tickets available in the Museum at the Church door by donation of any amount (suggested donation $10). The Museum is located at 6501 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby. Gate admission to the museum is free. (starfishian)