This is a group for anyone who is positively in love with the written word. Do you dream of being a professional writer? Is curling up with a good book your idea of a great night? Are you bursting to discuss the book you just couldn't put down? Our free events include author talks, book clubs, writing workshops and all things literary. We meet in various Brampton Library locations and all of our meetups are free.
A book club for people who enjoy books with 2SLGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, 2-Spirit) themes or books by authors that identify as LGBTQ2S+.
April 25 Annabel by Kathleen Winter
Brampton Library strives to contribute to a culture that recognizes diversity and fosters social inclusion. In this book club, ideas can be communicated while following our collective responsibility to uphold safer spaces for community members.
Please check our website for our Diversity and Inclusion Policy for more information.
Copies of the book can be picked up at Chinguacousy branch or downloaded using our Cloud Library.
All are welcome.
This book club takes place on the last Thursday of the month from Sept- November and January to May.
Join us for an evening with Anubha Mehta as she discusses her debut novel PEACOCK IN THE SNOW . The novel transcends the boundaries of time and country to give a fresh perspective on patriarchy, migration, and courage. It is a genre-bending thriller about the power of love, sacrifice and the tireless capacity of people to hope, strive and succeed despite challenging circumstances.
Literature and visual art connect, intersect, and reflect in this distinctive book club. Discuss The Boat People by Sharon Bala and enjoy touring the exhibit - Refuge Canada. It provides context for Canada’s place in the global refugee crisis and brings to light the challenges faced by refugees in Canada. The program takes place at Peel Art Gallery Museum + Archives.
Location: Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives, 9 Wellington Street East, Brampton.
Date: June 13,[masked]:00pm- 8:30pm
To register, please contact the Brampton Public Library at (905)[masked] or in person at any library location and pick up a copy of the book.