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Fall 2018

Buy Fall 2018 tickets starting Thursday, August 16.

 

Ticket packages for Fall 2018 Grimsby Author Series events go on sale on Thursday, August 16. Buy Fall 2018 ticket packages online or visit the Library on or after the sale date to purchase them in person. Curious about what happens at our events? Visit About the Series for more information.

 

Fall 2018 lineup

 

Monday, September 24

  • Wayne Grady / Up From Freedom
  • Nathan Ripley / Find You in the Dark

Monday, October 22

  • Eden Robinson / Trickster Drift
  • Joanna Goodman / Home for Unwanted Girls

Monday, November 12

  • Dave Williams / Defying Limits
  • Beverley McLachlin / Full Disclosure

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017-18 Season


T
ickets for the 2017-18 season are now on sale.

Each date below is a different GAS event. Click on one for more information about it:

 
 
Fall: Sept 18 | Oct 23 | Nov 20     Winter: Jan 15 | Feb 12 | Apr 23

 
And don't forget about our 'At the Library' events:     
At the library link Maureen Jennings
 

 
 
 
 
 
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Go to: September 18  |  October 23  |  November 20  
 
 

Monday, September 18

 

Casablanca Winery Inn | 7:30 PM | Doors: 7 PM
 

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Michael Redhill - Bellevue Square

From award winning and bestselling author Michael Redhill comes a darkly comic literary thriller about a woman who fears for her sanity—and then her life—when she learns that her doppelganger has appeared in a local park. People tell Jean Mason that she has a doppelganger. Apparently it hangs out in Kensington Market, where it sometimes buys churros and shops for hats. Jean doesn’t rattle easy.  She’s a grown woman with a husband and two kids, as well as a thriving business, and Toronto is a fresh start for the whole family. She certainly doesn’t want to get involved in anything dubious, but still…why would two different strangers swear up and down they’d just seen her? Jean starts to stake out the market but sees no one who looks like her.  When she enlists the aid of some of the denizens of Bellevue Square, the only park in the area, things get strange as some of them start to disappear and it becomes apparent that her alleged double has a sinister agenda.

 

 

 

 

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Wayne Johnston - First Snow, Last Light

 Wayne Johnston’s latest novel begins with 14-year-old Ned Vatcher ambling home from school in the early winter of 1936 to find the house locked, the family car missing, and his parents gone without a trace.  From that point on, his life is driven by the need to find out what happened to the Vanished Vatchers.  His father who rose from humble beginnings to political prominence has suffered an unexpected fall from grace. As Ned becomes enmeshed in his father’s family, more secrets and mysteries emerge.   As the years pass, a Jesuit priest named Father Duggan and a hard drinking sharp tongued journalist, Sheilagh Fielding loom large in this family drama as Ned becomes Newfoundland’s first media mogul. Only Wayne Johnston could create such larger-than-life characters embroiled in events that leave us contemplating not only their tragedies and triumphs, but the forces that compel us all to act in ways that surprise and sometimes terrify us.

 

  

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Monday, October 23

 
Casablanca Winery Inn | 7:30 PM | Doors: 7 PM

 

Linda Spalding A Reckoning 
Linda Spalding - A Reckoning

A Reckoning is Linda Spalding’s follow up to her award-winning novel, The Purchase.  A Reckoning is a deeply moving and troubling account of a family’s breakdown. In the spring of 1885, John Dickinson is involved in a shameful secret that results in a tragic decision.  The family’s resources have been wasted by a reckless brother who holds all of them hostage.  Adding fuel to John’s desperation, enslaved workers are visited by a Canadian abolitionist who pushes them to escape. Meanwhile, the Dickinsons become fugitives of another kind. To escape their losses they flee in a wagon to the West that will eventually be loaded onto a Missouri river boat for a dark adventure.  Nature becomes a moving force in this compelling novel. Spalding writes with irresistible force and breathtaking passion.  Her language is stunning, her voice unique.  A Reckoning confirms her place at the forefront of Canadian literature.

 

 

  

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Glenn Dixon - Juliet’s Answer

Juliet’s Answer is a fresh, heartwarming story about a man who travels to Verona, where he answers letters addressed to Shakespeare’s Juliet, all in an attempt to understand heartbreak, to heal and to find love again. When Glenn Dixon is spurned by love, he does something unusual. He travels to Italy, to become a scribe of Juliet. Once there, he volunteers to answer the thousands of letters that arrive addressed to Juliet. Letters arrive from lovelorn people all over the world who long to understand the mysteries of the human heart. When Glenn returns home to Canada and resumes his duties as a Grade 10 English teacher, he undertakes a lively reading of Romeo and Juliet with his students. But in an intriguing reversal of fate and fortune, his students—along with an old friend—instruct the teacher on the true meaning of love, loss, and moving on.  An enthralling tale of modern-day love steeped in the romantic traditions of eras past, this is a memoir that will warm your heart. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Monday, November 20

 
Casablanca Winery Inn | 7:30 PM | Doors: 7 PM

 

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Linden MacIntyre’s new novel is a timely and gripping story in which a son tries to solve the mystery of his father’s death – a man who tried but could not forget a troubled past in his native Lebanon.  Pierre Cormier had secrets.  Though he married twice, became a high-flying lawyer and a father, no one really knew him.  He was especially silent about what had happened to him in Lebanon, the country he fled during civil war to come to Canada as a refugee.  When, in the midst of a corporate scandal, he goes missing after his boat explodes, his teenaged son Cyril doesn’t know how to mourn him.  Five years later, a single bone and a distinctive gold chain are recovered, and Pierre is at last declared dead. At the reading of the Will, it turns out that instead of a funeral; Pierre wanted a “roast” at a bar, The Only Café.  He even left a guest list that included one mysterious name: Ari.  

 

 

 

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Alison Pick - Strangers with the Same Dream

This spare, beautifully written, shocking and timely novel whisks us back to 1921 Palestine. A band of young Jewish pioneers, many escaping violence in their homelands, set out to realize a utopian dream.  They establish a kibbutz on a patch of land that will, twenty-five years later, become part of the State of Israel. Writing with tightly controlled intensity, Alison Pick takes us inside the minds of her vastly different characters. Two young unmarried women, escaping peril in Russia and Europe; one older man, a charismatic group leader; and his wife who understands all too well the dark side of “equality. They show us how idealism quickly tumbles into pragmatism, and how the utopian dream is punctured by messy human entanglements. This is also the story of the land itself, revealing with compassion and terrible irony how the pioneers chose to ignore the subtle but undeniable fact that their valley was already populated, home to a people whose lives they did not entirely understand.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Go to: January 15  |  February 12  |  April 23

 

 

 

Monday, January 15


Casablanca Winery Inn | 7:30 PM | Doors: 7 PM

 

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Claire Cameron - The Last Neanderthal

Forty thousand years in the past, the last family of Neanderthals roams the earth. After a crushingly hard winter, their numbers are low, but Girl, the oldest daughter, is just coming of age and her family is determined to travel to the annual meeting place and find her a mate. The unforgiving landscape takes its toll, and Girl is left alone to care for Runt, a foundling of unknown origin. As Girl and Runt face the coming winter storms, Girl realizes she has one final chance to save her people, even if it means sacrificing part of herself. In the modern day, archaeologist Rosamund Gale works well into her pregnancy, racing to excavate newly found Neanderthal artifacts before her baby comes. Linked across the ages by the shared experience of early motherhood, both stories examine the often taboo corners of women’s lives.
Haunting, suspenseful, and profoundly moving, The Last Neanderthal asks us to reconsider all we think we know about what it means to be human.

 

 

 

Elan Mastai All Our Wrong Todays
Elan Mastai - All Our Wrong Todays

Elan Mastai’s debut novel has been described as, “incredibly creative…fearlessly funny story telling…instantly engaging… one of the most enjoyable and captivating novels I've read in several years!”
All Our Wrong Todays is about the versions of ourselves that we shed and grow into over time. It is a story of friendship and family, of unexpected journeys and alternate paths, and of love in its multitude of forms. Filled with humour and heart, saturated with insight and intelligence and a mind-bending talent for invention, this novel signals the arrival of a major talent.
There’s no such thing as the life you’re “supposed” to have.

 

 

 

 

 

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Monday, February 12


Casablanca Winery Inn | 7:30 PM | Doors: 7 PM

 

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Peter Robinson – Sleeping In the Ground

DSI Alan Banks is determined to track down a gunman after a mass shooting in the thrilling new instalment of Peter Robinson's internationally bestselling series. Detective Superintendent Alan Banks is called in to lead the investigation after a shocking mass murder occurs during a wedding outside a small church in the Yorkshire Dales. An exhaustive manhunt ensues and the shooter is run to ground as the investigation follows its inevitable course. But Banks, his colleague DI Annie Cabbot, and the newest and youngest team member, DI Gerry Masterson, are plagued by doubts as to exactly what happened in the churchyard that day.  Chilling, suspenseful, and deftly plotted, Sleeping In the Ground, will keep long-time fans and new readers guessing to the very end, and it proves without a doubt that Peter Robinson is a crime writer at the top of his game.

 

 

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Giles Blunt – Black Fly Season

Two-time Arthur Ellis and Silver Dagger–winner Giles Blunt spins a highly disturbing but truly memorable tale about a Canadian cult's murder spree. It’s spring in Algonquin Bay and black flies aren’t the only ones out for blood.  Detective John Cardinal and Lise Delorme have a strange case on their hands: a young woman who has wandered out of the bush with a gunshot wound to the head and complete memory loss.  Cardinal becomes obsessed with discovering her identity and who is trying to kill her.  When the body of a local biker is found in a cave, it seems the two cases are related – and the link appears to be a self-proclaimed shaman who calls himself Red Bear.

 “John Cardinal is the quintessential modern Canadian crime fiction hero--the northern lawman reimagined." 

 

 

  

 
 
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Monday, April 23


Casablanca Winery Inn | 7:30 PM | Doors: 7 PM

 

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Laurie Petrou - Sister of Mine

Sister of Mine is a psychological thriller that takes place in a small town, featuring a family that is tight to the point of knots. Penny and Hattie share a secret that binds them together while threatening to pull them apart. The book opens on a fire: a match is lit, and Penny’s terrible husband is murdered – Penny’s failed marriage going up in flames and offering the potential of a new life. The sisters retreat into their family home – a house of secrets and memories – and try to live their lives in the shadow of the things they put in motion, under the cloud of sibling rivalry, debts unpaid, and the bonds of sisterhood. How often will they demand the unthinkable of each other? How often will they say, ‘You owe me’, and will it ever be enough?"

 

 

 

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Jennifer Robson – Goodnight from London

 In the summer of 1940, ambitious young journalist Ruby Sutton gets her big break: the chance to report on the European war as a staff writer for Picture Weekly newsmagazine in London. She jumps at the chance, for it's an opportunity not only to prove herself, but also to start fresh in a city and country that know nothing of her humble origins. Although most of Ruby's new colleagues welcome her, a few resent her presence, not only as an American but also as a woman. She is just beginning to find her feet, to feel at home in a land that is so familiar yet so foreign, when the bombs begin to fall. As the nightly horror of the Blitz stretches unbroken into weeks and months, Ruby must set aside her determination to remain an objective observer. When she loses everything but her life, and must depend upon the kindness of strangers, she learns for the first time the depth and measure of true friendship-and what it is to love a man who is burdened by secrets that aren't his to share.

 

 

 

 
 
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Authors & dates subject to change - Stay tuned for more details!

 

 

 

 

GAS F.A.Q

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1. What kind of authors visit the Grimsby Author Series? 

You can expect high-caliber, critically-acclaimed, award-winning, and internationally recognized authors at our series from across all genres. Each season is different, but usually our authors are Canadian or live in Canada and have recently released a new work - frequently found on bestseller lists across the country. To see who has visited us in current and past years go to our Authors & Events page. 

 


2. What happens at a Grimsby Author Series event?

Each regular season event usually features 2 authors. Each author has about twenty minutes to talk about their work and give a reading, followed with a question-and-answer period with the audience. Each evening concludes with door prize draws and a chance to purchase a copy of the featured titles, and then haved it signed by the author. Wine from local Niagara wineries and light snacks or treats are served before the talks begin, allowing people a chance to mingle and talk.

 

3. How many events take place in a season? And when?

Each season is made up of 6 events: 3 fall events and 3 winter events. Additional special events may also take place that are not included in the regular season ticket package.

Regular season events usually take place in September, October, and November in the fall season, and January, February, and March in the winter season. However, depending on author availability events can take place in December or April as well. 'At the Library' events take place throughout the season, with dates varying from year to year.

 

4. When do tickets go on sale?

Tickets for the Grimsby Author Series usually go on sale in the August before the season begins in September of any given year. Roughly a month in advance.   

 

5. Where do the events take place?

Each of our regular season events take place at the Casablanca Winery Inn. Any additional special events will usually take place at the Grimsby Public Library.

 

6. What time do events start?

During the regular season events, doors open at 7 PM with the talks beginning at 7:30 PM. The 'At the Library' special events start times can vary. Please check the website for this information.  

 

7. How will I know if an event has been cancelled?

We will do our best to spread the word if an event needs to be cancelled due to inclement weather or author illness with as much notice as possible. Before heading out to the event please check our website and/or twitter feed for any cancellations.

 


 

 

 

Authors & Events

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Click the buttons below to discover details about our current season, 'At the Library' events and past seasons of the Grimsby Author Series. You'll find dates, author and book descriptions, and even links to our wrap-up blog posts!
 
Go to Frequently Asked Questionsto get more information about what
you can expect at the Grimsby Author Series.

 
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Learn how to buy GAS tickets here: Ticket Information  
 
 
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GAS Book Club

 


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Coffee, conversation and books.
 
The GPL is pleased to offer a book club featuring a selection of titles from the Grimsby Author Series. These evening book club meetings will provide readers with a great opportunity to discuss some of the Canadian titles highlighted by the series.
 
 Those interested in participating can register at the Library. At least 10 copies
of each title will be available to be borrowed by book club participants.
 
 
 
2017-18 SEASON

*Books and dates subject to change - keep checking back!
 
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Juliet's Answer by Glenn Dixon
Wednesday, October 18 | 7 PM
Register & check out a copy of the book starting
Wednesday, September 6
 
 In fair Verona where we lay our scene… In fair Verona where we lay our scene… When Glenn Dixon is spurned by love, he does something unusual. He travels to Verona, Italy, to become a scribe of Juliet, Shakespeare’s fictional character, all in an attempt to understand his heartbreak. Once there, he volunteers to answer the thousands of letters that arrive addressed to Juliet, letters sent from lovelorn people all over the world who long to understand the mysteries of the human heart. (272 pgs.)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Alison Pick strangers with the same dream 
Strangers with the Same Dream by Alison Pick
Wednesday, November 15 | 7 PM
Register & check out a copy of the book starting
Wednesday, October 4.
 
Writing with tightly controlled intensity, Alison Pick takes us inside the minds of her vastly different characters--two young unmarried women, one plain and one beautiful, escaping peril in Russia and Europe; one older man, a charismatic group leader who is married with two children; and his wife, Hannah, who understands all too well the dark side of "equality"--to show us how idealism quickly tumbles into pragmatism, and how the utopian dream is punctured by messy human entanglements. (384 pgs.)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Elan Mastai All Our Wrong Todays
 
 
All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai
Wednesday, January 10 | 7 PM
Register & check out a copy of the book starting
Wednesday, November 29.
 
It’s 2016, and in Tom Barren’s world, technology has solved all of humanity’s problems—there’s no war, no poverty, no under-ripe avocadoes. Unfortunately, Tom isn’t happy. He’s lost the girl of his dreams. And what do you do when you’re heartbroken and have a time machine? Something stupid. (384 pgs.)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Blackfly Season by Giles Blunt
Wednesday, February 7 | 7 PM
Register & check out a copy of the book starting
Wednesday, December 27
 
 It's spring in Algonquin Bay and the blackflies aren't the only ones out for blood. Detectives John Cardinal and Lise Delorme have a strange case on their hands: a young woman who has wandered out of the bush with a gunshot wound to the head and complete memory loss. Cardinal becomes obsessed with discovering her identity and who is trying to kill her. When the body of a local biker is found in a cave, it seems the two cases are related — and the link appears to be a self-proclaimed shaman who calls himself Red Bear. (448 pgs.)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Goodnight from London by Jennifer Robson
Wednesday, April 18 | 7 PM
Register & check out a copy of the book starting
Wednesday, March 7.
 
 In the summer of 1940, ambitious young American journalist Ruby Sutton gets her big break: the chance to report on the European war as a staff writer for Picture Weekly news magazine in London. She jumps at the chance, for it's an opportunity not only to prove herself, but also to start fresh in a city and country that know nothing of her humble origins. But life in besieged Britain tests Ruby in ways she never imagined. (400 pgs.)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Stay tuned to our Twitter feed @GrimsbyLibrary for updates,
announcements and possible changes or cancellations.
 

  

 

 

 

Ticket Information

 

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 At the Library... with Katherine Ashenburg & Paula McLain - $20
                                                                              Buy tickets online

      Full-Season Ticket Packages (select all 6 events) - $120
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     Fall-Season Ticket Packages
(first 3 events) - $60
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     Winter Ticket Packages: (last 3 events) - $60
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      What you need to know:


       1. In-person purchases can be made with CASH, CHEQUE, or DEBIT only. Credit cards will    
          not be accepted.

       2. Online ticket purchases can be made with CREDIT CARD only.

       3. Single ticket sales will only be possible if tickets remain available as the reading
           approaches. This will be sold in-person only.


       4. Above packages do not include tickets to additional special events @ the Library. *Sold    
          separately*


       5. Tickets are purchased on a FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVE basis. You cannot pre-reserve
           tickets.


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. Series goers can purchase and pick up/print their tickets at the same time.

 

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About the Series

 
 
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Our Mission
 

 
"The Grimsby Author Series strives to foster

literacy in our community while promoting and

celebrating Canadian authors and literature.

The Series is a special fundraising project of the

Grimsby Public Library Board  with all proceeds

supporting the services, collections, and programs

offered by the Library." - GAS committee

 

 

 

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Our History

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How we got started... 

The Grimsby Author Series was originally conceived by the Grimsby Public Library Board out of a desire to help fundraise for the new local Library/Art Gallery that was under construction, and to promote reading and literacy in the community. It began in the fall of 2002 under the name of "The Pumphouse Author Series" because for the first two seasons, the readings were held at the old Grimsby Pumphouse on the shores of Lake Ontario. 

Ticket demand made a larger venue necessary, so the Series then moved to the 140 - seat theatre/auditorium at Blessed Trinity Catholic High School for the next three seasons. As it became more and more popular, the Series soon outgrew this location as well, and was moved once again to it's present location at the Casablanca Winery Inn in 2007. As of the 2016-17 season there has been more than 20,000 people who have attended our events over the years, with nearly 150 Canadian author appearances.

Through the amazing growth spurt we experienced in the first 15 years, the aim of the Series has naturally grown and transformed from just a Library fundraising effort to a national stage where authors from all over Canada come to gain visibility and promote Canadian literature. We are so proud of the efforts of all the volunteers, sponsors, and organizers that have helped to make the Grimsby Author Series the huge success it has become today.

 

 

    
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What can you expect from Grimsby Author Series?

The Grimsby Author Series (GAS) happens over several months starting in the fall and ending at the beginning of spring the following year. The main events of the season take place at the Casablanca Winery Inn, while extra events are usually added each season that take place at the Grimsby Public Library.

A regular season features a series of six events, with each one usually featuring two authors. Each author reads from or speaks about their latest work for about twenty minutes, and this is followed by a question-and-answer period with the audience. Local wines and light refreshments are served before the talks begin, and the evenings conclude with door prize draws, a chance to purchase a copy of the featured titles, and a book signing by the authors. 

Ticket PricesTicket packages cost $120.00 for a full series pass (6 events), and half-series passes will also be available this season for $60.00/each (These will include either the first 3 events in the fall, or last 3 events in the winter). Single ticket sales will only be possible if tickets remain available as the reading approaches.

The extra events added each season are called 'At the Library' events and they are hosted at the library throughout the season with tickets being sold separately from the packages described above.


For more information about how to purchase tickets to all GAS events go here: Ticket Information

For more information about GAS events past & present go here: Authors & Events

 

 

 

 

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Each evening of the Grimsby Author Series ends with several door prize draws. Most door prizes are donated by very generous sponsors and usually include items like gift certificates, gift baskets, and/or tickets to various Niagara/Hamilton concerts and performances. We also give away copies of the evening's featured titles (3 of each).

All audience members are automatically entered for a chance to win our door prize draws with the purchase of their tickets to that particular event of the Series. You must be present at the event to win. Good luck!

 

 

 

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GAS Newsletter

Don’t want to miss any Author Series news? Sign up for our Grimsby Author Series Newsletter by calling 905.945.5142 to receive the latest GAS news directly to your inbox.

You'll be the first to learn of upcoming events, ticket sales and new titles by visiting authors.  We'll also keep you informed about other library services and programs.  You don't have to be a season ticket holder to sign up but if you have received GAS emails in the past then you're likely already on our mailing list.
  

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

Support / Volunteer

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Grimsby Author Series Volunteers

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Become a Volunteer!
 
Print off a pdf volunteer application and drop it off at the Library's service desk or send it via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  - We'd love to hear from you!

 

 

Thank you...

The GPL is very proud of its Author Series and the funds it raises in support of the Library. This success would not be possible without the commitment of a wonderful team of volunteers who ensure that each evening runs smoothly. From setting up the sound system and pouring wine to coordinating sponsorships and picking up door prizes, there’s plenty of work to be done!
 
 

 

 

           thankyou
To Our Wonderful Sponsors and Benefactors

Without the support our sponsors and benefactors, the Library and Grimsby Author Series would not be able to provide the entertaining and thought provoking literary evenings you have come to expect and have always enjoyed.
 
If you'd like to become a Grimsby Author Series sponsor or benefactor, please contact the Grimsby Public Library at 905.945.5142 
 
 
 
            
   
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We Love Our Niagara Wineries

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Thanks to these generous area wineries for sharing their fabulous wines throughout the Grimsby Author Series and at our added "At the Library" events. Your wonderful products add that extra something special to every night!

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Contact the Series

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How are we doing?  We'd love to hear from you.  Are you a Grimsby Author Series regular or someone who would like to attend in coming seasons? What are your likes and dislikes? What authors would you like to see join our reading sessions next season? What suggestions for improvement would you like to see implemented?

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