One Book One Caledon 2018
The title chosen for One Book One Caledon is Bellevue Square. Author Michael Redhill won the 2017 Scotiabank Giller prize for this novel about a young woman, Jean Mason, who is a bookstore owner in Toronto's Kensington Market neighbourhood. She learns that she has an apparent doppelganger named Ingrid Fox in the market's park, Bellevue Square, and becomes obsessed with finding the woman.
One Book One Caledon is a year-long reading event encouraging everyone in Caledon to share the experience of reading the same book, engaging in discussions and attending programs. There are lots of plans in the works. Here are just a few details of some upcoming programs:
Cooking with Christine | September 25 | AB Branch | 7 - 8:30 pm | register here
She's back at the library by popular demand! Join Christine Cooper, fabulous chef and community supporter, as she leads this workshop on making pupusas, a traditional South American food which is featured in Bellevue Square. Christine will also entertain and enlighten us with cooking tips and other tidbits, tasty and otherwise!
An Evening with Michael Redhill | October 25 | Caledon Senior Centre | register here
Join us for a special evening with Giller award-winning author Michael Redhill. Mr. Redhill will read from his novel and share some of his writing experiences, followed by a Q & A and book signing. Books will be available for purchase at this event, provided by our community partner, Forster's Book Garden. Light refreshments
The One Book One Caledon brochure is available here.
One Book One Caledon
is just one component of Caledon Public Library's 150th anniversary of continuous library service in Caledon. Check here for more on upcoming events.