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Telling stories and storytelling

Posted in Arts & Culture, Alumni
May 4, 2017

Featuring four renowned Saskatchewan authors

An evening of stories and storytelling

READ Saskatoon presents four Saskatchewan authors for a rousing evening of telling stories and storytelling. Harold Johnson, Candace Savage, Guy Vanderhaeghe (BA'71, MA'75) and Bill Waiser (MA’76, PhD’83, DLitt'10) will read from their work, along with several READ Saskatoon clients who have their own stories to tell.  Shelagh Rogers, the CBC’s The Next Chapter host, will oversee this celebration of literacy and the power of the written word.


Date: Thursday, May 4, 2017

Time: 7 p.m.

Location: Broadway Theatre, 715 Broadway Avenue

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Special Guest Host: Shelagh Rogers of CBC’s The Next Chapter

Musician: Eekwol (Lindsay Knight, ARTS’10 -certificate, MA’13)


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