This winter, Eden Mills Writers Festival is again offering free online book clubs for Seniors. Each of the three books was carefully selected by our Artistic Director, and each event features the book's author in conversation with a host. For those interested in discussing the book with fellow readers, the Guelph Public Library is providing a post-event discussion the week following each event.
We Spread: Author Iain Reid in conversation with Steven W. Beattie
February 15 at 7pm ET
GPL Post-Event Discussion: February 22 at 7pm ET
Kinauvit? What's Your Name? The Eskimo Disc System and a Daughter's Search for her Grandmother
Author Dr. Norma Dunning in conversation with Mary Ito
March 1 at 7pm ET
GPL Post-Event Discussion: March 6 at 7pm ET
In the Upper Country: Author Kai Thomas in conversation with Bee Quammie
March 22 at 7pm ET
GPL Post-Event Discussion: March 28 at 7pm ET
Third Age Network
The organization under which all Third Age Learning groups are affiliated.
Summer Lectures Club
The Summer Lectures Club runs weekly lectures on assorted topics during spring and summer.
Guelph Wellington Seniors Association
One of the largest seniors organizations of its kind in Canada, this volunteer-run organization offers a wide range of programs and activities for seniors.
University of Guelph
Special speakers and other events open to the public. Occasional requests for seniors’ participation in research projects.
Eden Mills Writers Festival
An annual festival in the village of Eden Mills featuring authors and readings.
Guelph Historical Society
The Society regularly runs an "Evenings with History" Lecture Series, on a wide variety of topics related to local and area history.
TALG welcomes your enquiries, input and feedback! We’d love to hear from you, whether you have a question, a great topic or speaker to suggest, or are interested in volunteering.
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