Salon Sundays are a treat, largely because of a willing audience. Each week a different dynamic; each time a little bit of magic.
There are Sundays left. I look forward to seeing you.
December 4th — Shirley Bear
2pm – 4pm
Shirley Bear returns to Vancouver to read from her 2006 collection Virgin Bones – Belayak Kcikug’nas’ikn’ug at Kogawa House. A visual artist, writer, and activist she was honored last week at Rideau Hall with the Order of Canada.
December 11th – Open House
1pm – 5pm
Please come to visit Kogawa House for a celebration of the people who created it and keep it running. Can I ask you to bring along something hand-made and simple like a jar of jam, a sheaf of paper, a holiday ornament? We’ll have a craft table with proceeds going to the House.
Place: 1450 W. 64thAve east of Granville
To reserve a seat email firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Kogawa House Events
Special Screening of Winds of Heaven
Emily Carr was born 140 years ago in Victoria this December 13th. I will host a screening of Michael Ostroff’s documentary film that was featured at the Vancouver International Film Festival last year. It was based on my book, The Laughing One. And similarly explores Carr’s legacy and First Nations’ history. John Walker was cinematographer, Peter Raymont, producer with Michael Ostroff.
Wednesday, December 7th , 7:00pm
VPL Central Library, Peter Kaye Room, Lower Level.
From Susan Crean