Community Conscious: A Virtual Literary Salon - This event has already occurred
Upcoming Dates:Tuesday, March 30, 2021 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, April 27, 2021 7:00 p.m.
It’s an online book club with a twist! We're reading books that inspire reflection and pair well with wine.
Each month, join Carrie Sinkowski (Community Legal Clinic - Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk) and special guests for an enjoyable evening of exploring themes of social justice and connecting literature to local community.
Upcoming featured titles:
- February 23 – Little Fires Everywhere, by Celeste Ng
- March 23 – The Glass Hotel, by Emily St. John Mandel
- April 27 – Born a Crime, by Trevor Noah
For added dimension, Burning Kiln Winery and Instagram sommelier Somm on a Dime will confer to recommend a wine pairing for each book. Interested participants have the option of ordering directly from Burning Kiln, with free shipping and a discount available when purchasing a three-month package. And all attendees have the chance to win an overnight stay at the historic Burning Kiln Farmhouse in St. Williams, Ontario!
- One-time registration is required for access to and updates about our monthly meetings on Zoom. There is no cost to participate. Just come prepared with a curious mind, insights to share, and respect for difficult topics and different life experiences!
- The library can offer a limited number of book club copies to borrow in the weeks leading up to each meeting, in addition to regularly circulating books, ebooks, and audiobooks. Register early to request information about this service.
- Participation in the wine program is optional and self-directed. You will be contacted after registration with details and recommendations.
|Carrie Sinkowski has been the Community Developer at the CLC-Brant Haldimand Norfolk since 2016, and prior to this position, she was the Community Developer for the Sexual Assault Centre of Brant since her graduation from her Masters in Labour Studies in 2002. From time to time, Carrie teaches community development courses at the post secondary level, and credits her small town living for providing her with opportunities to develop her community capacity building skills.|