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Last updated: 03/03/2017
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Cultural activities

Board Game Evening


Library (1275 Rue du Bois)


Friday, September 15, at 6:15 p.m.

Friday, October 13, at 6:15 p.m.

Friday, November 10, at 6:15 p.m.


Come discover or rediscover the fun of board games! Participate in this fun and free activity! Dozens of games to try out for all age groups: Children’s games (6 yrs +) / Games for the whole family (8 yrs +) Solitary, cooperative and 2-player games / Light and advanced strategy games. Facilitators will be on site to explain the rules. Bring your favourite games so others can discover them. Mark your calendar!

Upon reservation at 450-424-8000 ext. 260

Children shows


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Arts Workshop for Adults

The Secret of publishing (in English)

Thursday, April 13, 2017 at 7 p.m., at the library


Do you have a story to tell?

The St-Lazare Library will be hosting an information session on publishing. We will cover: steps to submit a manuscript to traditional publishers, how to self-publish successfully, and which option is the best fit for your book.

The conference will be given by Merwie Garzon.  Ms Garzon is the author of 5 popular novels, including a bestseller, and also works as a freelance editor. 

Schedule and location

Book Launches
The Frangible Hour
The White Handkerchief and other stories
Saturday, April 22 avril at 1 p.m., at the library

The Frangible Hour by Catherine, Chandler
The poems in Catherine Chandler's The Frangible Hour are woven together like a tapestry, balanced between loss and hope. Though many of the poems are parts of a series, everything feels linked: for
example, in poems like "For Melina, 8, Sleeping," the poet explores one perfect, beautiful moment of innocence, a child's belief in Santa. The narrator, though, can't leave the scene before acknowledging that the world will eventually betray that the world is not so magical. But The Frangible Hour looks as unflinchingly at the joy as the sorrow: Chandler forces herself towards finding the good "in what [she's] got."

The White Handkerchief and other stories, by Serge Sabourin
These stories were first told to friends, later to a wider audience. At one such story-telling session we taped them and spent the next two years writing them down. What delights me about the stories is  the humanity that comes across: the light, humourous, respectful account of living with Indian folk for a while, and, how easy it is to attach yourself to them.
Jon Torell,
Editor

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