Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Next Chapter with Shelagh Rogers, by Sue Culhane

Whenever possible I listen to a CBC program entitled “The Next Chapter”. This is a weekly show presented by Shelagh Rogers and for anyone who enjoys books and reading it is extremely interesting. Last week the content was as varied … Continue reading

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Raindrops, Secrets and Mystery by Catherine Gillier

Between raindrops, diligent gardeners have spruced up their lawns and tended to the gardens. Mid-June has passed. The first day of summer is on the horizon. The seeds are planted. Now the season waits for the growth. At the library, … Continue reading

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Robert Munsch, by Sue Culhane

I recently watched a ten minute film directed by a talented young lady from this community. Taylor-Jae Gordon now attends Fanshawe College where she is studying film making. The short film she directed features the famous children’s author and story … Continue reading

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Little Mysteries, by Catherine Gillier

The month is June. And although it has been a long time coming, it looks like the warmer weather may be here to stay. At the library, the shelves that house the mystery books have been investigated, and many little … Continue reading

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