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Book Club

  • Feb 5, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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During his final months with esophogeal cancer, Christopher Hitchens penned the short book Mortality, collecting his thoughts and ideas about death.

On February 5th we will be meeting at one of our member's homes in Dunbar. If you have difficulty finding the venue, please call Ian at[masked]-0656.

The BC Humanist book club will be held on the first Tuesday of every month. The event is free, but consider bringing a drink or snack.

Please suggest books for upcoming months and invite anyone who may be interested.

Most books are available at the Vancouver Public Library or local book stores or through the BC Humanist Association.

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