Monday, April 24, 7:30 pm
Wolf Performance Hall
Enjoy a presentation with Emma Hooper reading from Etta, Otto, Russell and James, our One Book One London novel. Book sale and signing will follow courtesy of Oxford Book Shop.
An interactive walking challenge powered by Digital Echidna
Challenge yourself and your friends as you bring Etta's journey to life. Lace up your shoes and Walk One Book!
Known as North America's song dog, the Eastern Coyote is a highly social, intelligent and family-oriented cousin to the domestic dog. Coyote Watch Canada invites you to learn about the role and benefits of this often misunderstood but ecologically essential species.
Thursday May 18th, 7-8 pm at Landon Branch.
Thursday June 8th, 7-8 pm at Byron Branch.
Join us for the first of three nights devoted to Canadian facts and trivia inspired by Etta's journey in Etta and Otto and Russell and James. Be part of lively community discussion while enjoying local libations.
Thursday June 1st, 7pm at Anderson Ales, 1030 Elias Street
Old East Village vendors are putting their own twist on Etta's recipes: cinnamon buns, date squares and Saskatoon berry pies. Taste delicious baked goods while you enjoy live music and meet other One Book fans. Bring your favourite recipe to share!
Wednesday June 14th, 7:30pm at London Food Incubator, 630 Dundas St
Come out for our living room discussion of the One Book One London title Etta and Otto and Russell and James with cinnamon buns and refreshments. Bring your thoughts and response about favourite moments and characters in the book!
Thursday May 11th, 7-8pm at Byron Branch
Walking, nature and the journey have long been a source of inspiration for poets and writers. Meet for a facilitated writing session using Etta and Otto and Russell and James as the springboard for our writing and discussion on how walking inspires the act of writing.
Thursday May 18th, 7-8pm at Byron Branch
Enjoy award winner of 11 novels and London’s pride Joan Barfoot as she reads from her latest novel Exit Lines. Hear her discuss the creative journey’s both she and her characters’ lives have taken.
Thursday June 8, 2:00-3:30pm. $5
The River Writes through Us. Walking the Antler with Tom Cull. Join London’s poet laureate as he takes you along the Thames (first called the Antler) and through a series of creative writing activities inspired by the walk. Take home a completed poem. New and experienced writers welcome! Be sure to bring pen and paper.
Saturday July 29, 10:30-noon and 1:00-2:30. $5
Pre-registration required at www.museumlondon.ca