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New Tecumseth Public Library’s One Book, One New Tecumseth 2017 featured Charlotte Gray and her latest book: The Promise of Canada: 150 Years – Ideas And People That Have Shaped Our Country, and culminated with an author talk and book-signing at the Nottawasaga Inn Resort on Saturday, May 13, 2017.
The One Book Team could not be more pleased with the way the evening went. Thank you to everyone in the community who participated:
- Our sponsors: Honda of Canada Manufacturing, The Rotary Club of Alliston, Nottawasage Inn Resort, Circle Theatre, Simon & Schuster Canada, our amazing “Get Caught” photographer Tessla Stuckey, Wendy Gabrek from The New Tecumseth Time and Brad Pritchard from The Alliston Herald;
- The people and organizations that shared their own inspirational “Promise of Canada” in our “Get Caught Reading” photo essay;
- The Sugartones Quartet Rhapsody;
- Everyone who came out and enjoyed the event; and
- Charlotte Gray, we still have a literary crush on you.
We’d love to hear what you thought of the evening, too.
New Tecumseth Public Library is pleased to announce that the 2017 One Book, One New Tecumseth author will be Charlotte Gray featuring The Promise of Canada: 150 Years – People and Ideas That Have Shaped Our Country. The event will culminate in an author visit and book signing on Saturday, May 13th at the Nottawasaga Inn Resort. Tickets are $10.00 and will be available at all three library branches starting February 14th.
Charlotte Gray is the author of ten acclaimed books of non-fiction, including The Massey Murder, Gold Diggers, Nellie McClung, Reluctant Genius, and Sisters in the Wilderness. Charlotte has won numerous awards, holds five honorary doctorates and appears regularly on radio and television as a political and cultural commentator.
Copies of The Promise of Canada can be borrowed from any NTPL branch. Copies will be available for purchase in February. Please call your branch for more details.
Please join us for a wonderful evening with Charlotte Gray as we begin our celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary.
Photo of Charlotte Gray courtesy of Valberg Imaging.