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Upcoming Events


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


Tuesday, September 2nd
We will be on hand as McMaster University welcomes students back to campus.
Come visit us at the Graduate Students Fair from 11am-12:30pm.
We will also be on hand from 5pm-7pm as the McMaster Alumni Association
and MACReads Common Reading Program welcome this year's featured author,
Richard Wagamese (Indian Horse).
Mr Wagamese (Ojibway) will be presenting a free, public lecture based on his novels, Indian Horse and Medicine Walk.
To register for the lecture please contact McMaster Alumni Association
.
Both events take place at McMaster University
1280 Main Street West, Hamilton
green space in from of Burke Science (in tent)



Sunday, September 14th 10am-4pm
We are delighted to be once again participating in the
Telling Tales: Family Festival of Stories.
This 6th annual free, daylong festival features some of the amazing children's authors, illustrators, storytellers and musicians in Canada.
Authors appearing this year include: Dennis Lee; Andrea Beck; Rukhsana Khan;
Meg Tilly; Sylvia McNicoll; Ruth Ohi; Allan Stratton, and many more.
Westfield Heritage Village (Rockton)


Wednesday, September 17th at 7pm
It gives us great pleasure to celebrate the release of the latest
historical, young adult novel by Hamilton author,
Jean Rae Baxter (
The White Oneida).
Held in-store at 1060 King Street West
Free, everyone welcome.
Light refreshments will be served


Thursday, September 18th at 7:30pm
The
Hamilton Poetry Centre kicks off their 2014-2015 season
with guest poet, Bruce Whiteman (
Intimate Letters).
Held in-store at 1060 King Street West
Free, everyone welcome


Friday, September 19th at 7pm
We will be starting the weekend off with a wonderful eveing of new fiction.
Joining us for the evening will be:
2011 CBC Canada Reads finalist, Angie Abdou (
Between)
award-winning author and screenwriter, Ian Weir (
Will Starling) and
multi-talented writer and musician, Vivek Shraya (
She of the Mountains)
Held in-store at 1060 King Street West
Free, everyone welcome. Please register as space is limited

Tuesday, September 23rd at 7pm
Please join us as we host our first Author After Hours event of the Fall season with
an evening of prose and poetry featuring
Gary Geddes (
What Does a House Want: Poems) and
Ann Eriksson (
High Clear Bell of Morning).
This is event is made possible with the support of the
Writers' Union of Canada.
Held in-store at 1060 King Street West
Free, everyone welcome


Thursday, September 25th at 7pm
We will be on hand as the Rotary Club of Dundas
welcomes former Dundas MP,
John Bryden
.
Mr Bryden will be speaking about his controversial new book
Fighting to Lose: How the German Secret Intelligence Service Helped the Allies Win the Second World War
Dundas Museum (139 Park Street West, Dundas)

Contact the Rotary Club of Dundas
for additional details

Friday, September 26th at 7pm
Please join us as we raise a toast to celebrate the launch of the latest historical guide by
Hamilton writer and friend,
Susan Evans Shaw
(
Canadians at War, Vol #2: Guide to the Battlefields and Memorials of WW2).
Gallery on the Bay (231 Bay Street North, Hamilton)
Free, everyone welcome


Saturday, September 27th at 1:00pm
We are delighted to join Hamilton Public Library and Hamilton Arts & Letters Magazine
to present our First Annual Short Works Prize.
Awards will be given in the categories of poetry, fiction, literary non-fiction and off the radar. Please come to congratulate the authors and hear their winning piece.
Held in the bookstore at 1060 King Street West
Free, everyone welcome


Friday October 3 to Sunday October 5
We will be on hand as the Council of Canadians host their annual conference in Hamilton.
Titled Forging Solidarity, the conference theme is collective rights and strengthening labour-community alliances to build momentum towards a brighter future.
Sheraton Hotel (116 King Street West, Hamilton)
For conference details please see the Council of Canadians website


There are more events to come, so please watch for details
or register for our monthly newsletter, Between the Ladders.