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Tammy Armstrong & Ryan Turner: Book Launch

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Join Tammy Armstrong and Ryan Turner for this special reading at Lexicon Books, Lunenburg to celebrate the release of their latest books, Year of the Metal Rabbit, and Half-Sisters and Other Stories. Free and all are welcome!

Feminist City: How to Build a More Just, Sustainable Halifax

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Who is the city of Halifax built for? How does our city actively re-enforce social inequalities? And, most importantly, how do we revolutionize urban life in the name of social equality and justice? Join author and Women’s Studies Professor Leslie Kern for a galvanizing discussion, exposing how our city is a site of ongoing gendered struggle. Joined by Dr. Sherry Pictou (Assistant Professor of Women’s Studies,…

Woozles Story Hour

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Bring the kids to Teichert Gallery on Sunday, Dec. 1 for Woozles Children’s Storytime. This special event to cap off the exhibition “1,000 Words” is ideally suited for children ages two to six, although folks of all ages are most welcome! A storyteller from Woozles will bring an array of picture books and read for about a half hour to 45 minutes. Then, author/illustrators Doretta Groenendyk…

In Person: Sheree Fitch

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Join us as we welcome Sheree Fitch to Sunnyside! Sheree will be signing “Everybody’s Different on Everybody Street” as well as her latest book, “You Won’t Always Be This Sad.”

Are You Kidding Me?! – A Conversation with Lesley Crewe

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Join us for a conversation with bestselling novelist, columnist, and humourist Lesley Crewe. Host: Danielle LeBlanc Free admission * Are You Kidding Me?! Chronicles of an Ordinary Life For the first time, bestselling novelist, columnist, and humorist Lesley Crewe’s finest newspaper columns are collected in one place. Not merely razor sharp, Lesley’s wit is also ocean wide, taking in everything from the humiliations of breast pumping…

Book Launch – You Won’t Always Be This Sad

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Adults, come out and be inspired as Sheree Fitch launches “You Won’t Always Be This Sad”, a book that is both an exploration of loss and a celebration of life, love, motherhood, and family. The event will include an author reading and conversation with Rev. Nicole Uzans. There will be refreshments, and books will be available for purchase and signing.