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Feb 21

New! Bell City Author Series Featuring - Jennifer Robson (Ages: 18+)

Jennifer Robson will join us on Thursday, February 21st, 2019 (replacing the previously scheduled Amy Stuart).  
Robson is the #1 bestselling author of Somewhere in France, After the War is Over and Goodnight from London.
Her most recent book The Gown, which was released at the start of the year, is already on The Globe and Mail's Bestseller list. Robson teased details of this book at her appearance at the Library in the fall. This appearance was one of the most-talked about author appearances the Library has ever held - so don't miss your chance to see Robson this February!

All purchased tickets for the Amy Stuart event are still valid for this Jennifer Robson event. If you have any questions or need to make alternative arrangements, please call 519-756-2220 ext. 356 or send an email to rharding@brantford.library.on.ca. 

For more information, and to get tickets click here.

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Mar 11

March Break: PJ Masks! (Ages: All)

PJ Masks are taking over the Library! We'll have lots of fun activities, face painters and a meet & greet with your 3 favourite PJ heroes. Each child requires a FREE ticket to visit with PJ Masks. Space is limited. 

This is a ticketed event. Tickets are available online starting Friday, March 1st. 

If you need assistance registering please call us at 519-756-2220. 

10:30 a.m. Visit  Register Online

10:50 a.m. Visit  Register Online

11:10 a.m. Visit  Register Online

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Mar 14

Bell City Author Series - Nathan Ripley (Ages: 18+)

Nathan Ripley is the pseudonym of Naben Ruthnum.

Ruthnum writes short stories and criticism. His short story, Cinema Rex, won the Writers' Trust of Canada/McClelland & Stewart Journey Prize, and the long essay Curry: Eating, Reading, and Race was published by Coach House Books in 2017. Find You In the Dark is his first thriller.

Ruthnum currently lives in the Parkdale neighbourhood of Toronto but grew up in Kelowna, BC. He spent most of his twenties in Vancouver, making frequent trips to the Pacific Northwest setting of Find You In the Dark to see concerts and, eventually, to conduct research.

For more information and to purchase tickets click here.

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