We are delighted to announce an opportunity to meet Sydney Humble and Dylan Nickolet and to sample their culinary creations…
Both from Saskatoon, the young couple are avid explorers who spent last winter travelling the world. This year they have chosen to travel around their own country and drove here at the beginning of the month in order to spend a few months in Parrsboro before going to Montreal where Sydney will be commencing a program of study at Concordia University in January. A visual artist, Dylan is making good use fo his time here to draw and create every day. He has also worked several years in kitchens and loves creating and cooking wholesome food for himself and loved ones.
Join us on Sunday 22 October at 5pm in the Nonesuch Café.
The cost is $12 per person and reservations are required. You can reserve by email at email@example.com or by telephone at 514-979-3978.
We are delighted to welcome Katrina Maloney as Nonesuch writer in residence during the month of September at Main & Station. Katrina lives and writes in southern New Hampshire and, while here, is thrilled to be dedicating her time to the second volume of letters from her great grand aunt who was in Russia from 1917-1919. The first volume Dearest Ones at Home: Clara Taylor’s Letters from Russia, 1917-1919, came out in 2014, published by SheWrites Press, Berkeley, CA. Katrina is also the author of Strong Women and Horses: poems, published in 2014 by Finishing Line Press, Georgetown, KY.
You can find out more about Katrina on her website, http://www.katrinamaloney.net, and by attending her presentation in the Nonesuch Café at Main & Station on Saturday, 16 September at 8pm.
Join us for another great evening of verse with Czandra & Brendan. To see the results of last year’s Haiku & Renga Poetry Social, check this out… http://www.ahundredgourds.com/ahg51/renku06.html