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Upcoming Writing Events- Add Yours for your Location…


 

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I have no writing events of my own this week apart from a web meeting with my freelance client. However, I do have some personal events taking priority.

These are the local events I can share.

What are your plans for the upcoming week?

Mike Bown’s “The World’s Most Travelled Man” Book Launchthe worlds

21 November at 19:00–21:00 Audreys Books Ltd. 10702 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3J5

 

 

 

bipNOV21  3-2-1 Indie Slam Qualifier and Open Mic

Tomorrow at 19:00–21:00 

The Nook Cafe

10153 97street, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0L4

Paul Zits, Deborah Willis & Lesley Battler Book Launch

NOV22  Wednesday at 19:00–21:00   Audreys Books Ltd.

10702 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3J5
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NOV24 

St. John’s Institute

11024 82 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 0T2

CAA AB November Writers’ CircleFriday at 18:30–20:00

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Feel free to share your book launches, readings or local events.

Upcoming Writing Events- Add Yours for your Location…


events

It is Board meeting week for me, so Tuesday is the writing group’s meeting, then on Wednesday the Arts & Culture Council meeting and I am also attending one for the Diversity Committee on Thursday! Projects will be discussed and planning for the New Year events needs to be started. Once we begin looking at dates the next year will seem to have flown by and once again time speeds past. November has an lovely event to attend Christmas in the Heartland, December is the writer’s members Xmas Party, March is Arts Expo in conjunction with Keep It Local, April is Volunteer Week and the writers conference, June will be the second Heritage Day in conjunction with the Diversity Committee, and July is Savor Strathcona. So that’s most of the year done already. 

On Saturday I visited a friend at her book signing at Audreys. It was lovely to see her as the last time was at Word on the Street in Lethbridge. We hit it off immediately so catching up on Saturday was great. Laurel Deedrick_Mayne’s book is A Wake for the Dreamland. Set in 1939 with three friends struggling with the separation war has impacted on them, they find love and friendship. It was an apt day 11th November to discuss and remember.

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What events do you have this week? Why not share no matter the location.

Other events:

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3-2-1 Indie Slam Qualifier and Open Mic

14th November 7 – 9 pm The Nook Cafe, 10153 97street, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0L4

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Enjoy your week!