Join fellow readers the last Friday of every month, 12 noon, for our lively discussion about books, movies, culture, current events and anything else that pops up for discussion. Lots of fun and everyone welcome.
The next meeting will fall on October 31st, meaning that the next meeting will be informally known as the Milner Spook Club, meaning if you’d like to show up in costume, no one would think less of you. You are not required to wear a costume, but wouldn’t you rather tell people about the time you came to your book club as an Autobot?
Of course, there’s the books: the Commonwealth Prize-winning Mr. Pip by Lloyd Jones, where an unorthodox teacher educates his Pacific island charges with nothing but a copy of Great Expectations; and the Governor General’s Prize-winning The Golden Spruce, a strange true account of Canadian eco-terrorism with mini-lessons on botany, Haida spirituality, and other lessons you didn’t know you were missing.
For free reading copies and more information, please call Diego at 780-496-7000 or send an e-mail to: email@example.com (DiegoIbarra)