National Indigenous History Month Programs

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Children Indigenous Storytime Available on demand in June! Local storytellers, including librarian Brandy Brant and Karen Lewis from Kanihote Tyendinaga Public Library, read stories by Indigenous authors and illustrators. Click HERE to register. Minecraft Two sessions: every Wednesday in June at 4:30 PM and every Thursday in June at 4:30 …

BIPOC Authors

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Heritage Home Historic Designation

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Liz Driver of Prince Edward Heritage Committee (PEHAC),  homeowner Braydon Scully and Archivist Molly McGowan: A Conversation about why and how you may wish to designate your heritage home. Liz Driver is a member of PEHAC, which is an advisory committee to the Prince Edward County Council. She is also …

Anti-Racism Reading List

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If you’re interested in reading about race, here are a few starting points. Contact your local branch for more suggestions “Elegantly written and powerful in several areas: moving personal recollections; profound cultural analysis; and guidance for moral redemption. A work to relish.” – Toni Morrison Available as a print book, …

County Writers: J.D. Carpenter

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J.D. Carpenter is the author of four books of poetry: Nightfall, Ferryland Head (Missing Link Press, 1976); Swimming at Twelve Mile (Penumbra Press, 1979); Lakeview (Black Moss Press, 1990); Compassionate Travel (Black Moss Press, 1994); and five novels: The Devil in Me (McClelland & Stewart, 2001); Bright’s Kill (Dundurn Press, 2005); 74 Miles Away (Dundurn Press, 2007); Twelve Trees (Dundurn Press, 2008); The County …

County Writers: Laurie Scott

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Laurie Scott is the author of In Like a Lion, the first in a planned series of crime novels.  Born and raised in Prince Edward County, she spent the majority of her career as a teacher here. She is retired and lives in Picton, Ontario. About In Like a Lion: …

County Writers: Peter Blendell

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We’re asking Prince Edward County writers and publishers three questions about how they’re spending their time at home.   Peter Blendell is the author of Glenora Crossing (2017), Jonagold (a novel), Moonlight (a story for spoken word), and has made two short films. He’s written about film and visual art …