Caitlin Hicks reads at The Sechelt Library
On the heels of the NYC Big Book Award for her first novel A THEORY OF EXPANDED LOVE in audiobook, Caitlin Hicks will read and perform from the three of her works that feature the fiesty, outspoken and rebellious character Annie Shea. The reading is sponsored by The Writers Union of Canada.
Performing excerpts from the play SIX PALM TREES, and reading from the novel A THEORY OF EXPANDED LOVE, Hicks will also give audiences a glimpse of her upcoming novel KENNEDY GIRL, featuring Annie Shea in 1968 – five years hence from THEORY.
Reconciliation through Education and Understanding
In recognition of the National Day for Truth & Reconciliation, we are honoured to have Syiyaya facilitators and Indigenous witnesses offer this unique educational event. This participatory workshop will help you understand how colonization of the land we now know as BC and Canada impacted the Indigenous people who lived here long before settlers arrived. Explore nation-to-nation relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada, how this relationship has been damaged over the years, and how we all can work toward reconciliation.
Space is very limited. In-person only. Registration is required. Contact the Library to register. 604-886-2130