Bryan Prince Bookseller


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Upcoming Events


For tickets, registration, additional information, and/or to receive our monthly events newsletter, Between the Ladders,  please contact us at events@princebooks.net
 



Saturday, November 29th at 11:00am
We are delighted to welcome Hamilton children's author
Lynne Kittredge-Fox (Owl on the Prowl)
Lynne will be in the store with some of her musician friends
to help us kick off the month of December in style.
Held in store at 1060 King Street West, Hamilton
Free, everyone welcome

Friday, December 5th from 5:00pm-8:00pm
We will be partnering with Influence Publishing and the Hamilton Public Library
to present a special event with
NHL champion, Theo Fleury and therapist Kim Barthel.
Our guests will be on hand to sign copies of their new book,
Conversations with the Rattlesnake.
Fleury’s life experiences and Barthel’s informed interpretation combine to provide a
book with a unique look at the healing process that is easy to read, entertaining and transformational.
Hamilton Central Library (55 York Blvd., Hamilton)
Free, everyone welcome
Please note that Theo Fleury will only be signing copies of his new book,
which will be available to purchase at the event.

Saturday, December 20th at 10:00am
We are very excited to partner with the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra
to present a celebration to mark the
30th anniversary of The Hockey Sweater: In Words and Music
in advance of the HPO's Home for the Holidays show.
Special guests for the morning will be:
Roch Carrier
, author of the children's classic The Hockey Sweater
Abigail Richardson-Schulte, HPO Composer-in-Residence.
Join us at the bookstore for a reading, discussion of Abigail's musical composition to accompany the book and a signing.
Bryan Prince Bookseller (1060 King Street West, Hamilton)
The event is free and everyone is welcome. As seating is limited please call to reserve space.

This concludes our 2014 author event season. We are planning many exciting events for 2015. Watch for details in January.