It's time for our book clubs to get back into the swing of things.
Tracey's book club meets at BookLore on the third Monday of the month at 7:30 pm. This group reads paperback books of all genres - fiction, nonfiction, classics, recent releases. The book for September 19 is Stalin's Daughter by Rosemary Sullivan.
This is a drop-in group with no fee.
Tony's book club meets at BookLore on the last Monday of the month at 7 pm. This year the group is focussing on books with unreliable narrators. The book for September 26 is Turn of the Screw by Henry James.
There is a $20 fee for the year.
Treat yourself to an evening of engaging authors! Presented by BookLore and the Headwaters Arts Festival
Featuring: Peter Behrens,Carry Me Camilla Gibb, This is Happy Guy Gavriel Kay, Children of Earth and Sky
Moderated by Nicola Ross
Friday, September 23 at 7pm
The Orangeville Opera House, 87 Broadway
Tickets available at:
Headwaters Arts Gallery: Alton Mill Arts Cente
Online at www.headwatersarts.com
$30 includes presentation and refreshments
Join us at BookLore on Wednesday, September 14 at 7pm
to meet local author Diane Weber Bederman and to hear her speak about her new book
Back to the Ethic: Reclaiming Western Values
Diane will be accompanied by cover illustrator Jodie Goldberg
Committed to Excellence
2013 Canadian Bookseller of the Year
Chamber of Commerce Retail Excellence
Tourism Retail Award
Orangeville Banner Readers Choice
Chamber of Commerce, Woman of the Year - Nancy Frater
Celebrating 25 Years of Community Involvement
Orangeville's independent bookstore is truly a Mecca for readers whatever their interests - the latest in Canlit, a wide selection for children, enthralling "whodunits" and fine cooking and gardening books.
fine children's books
unique greeting cards
Hours: Monday to Wednesday ... 9am-6pm
Thursday and Friday ... 9am-9pm
Saturday ... 9am-6pm
Sunday ... 12noon-5pm