Conflict and Compromise: Politics and Planning in Guelph 2000-2015
By Ben MinettFred Dahms will be launching his new book on September 27th at 7:00 pm at The ebar. Please join us for an interesting discussion on the past 15 years of Guelph politics.
Conflict and Compromise: Politics and Planning in Guelph, 2000 to 2015
By Dr Fred DahmsIn the store
Come and talk community and politics September 27 in the ebar at 7 pm. Fred Dahms is professor emeritus and founding member of the Department of Geography at University of Guelph. As well he was a member and Chair of Guelph's Planning Advisory Committee, so he has definitely experienced conflict and compromise! Free Event
Stolen Child: A Mother's Journey to Rescue Her Son from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
By Laurie GoughIn the store
Laurie Gough, who has won awards for travel writing has turned her pen to writing about her son and his experience with obsessive compulsive disorder. Stolen Child examins a horrifying year and the battle that they won against this disabling illness. Laurie Gough lived in Guelph for many years. This is a free event October 6th at 7 pm in the ebar.
Waiting for First Light: My Ongoing Battle with PTSD
By Romeo DallaireIn the store
We are so honoured to have retired general and former senator Romeo Dallaire as our guest for Cafe Philosophique Saturday October 29th. Traumatized by witnessing the genocide of the war in Rwanda, Dallaire reflects on his deep experiences with PTSD. Do not miss this important event.
The Path of the Jaguar
By Stephen HenighanIn the store
University of Guelph professor, literary critic and novelist Stephen Henighan will be our guest on October 18 at 7 pm in the bookstore. Stephen's new novel takes place in Guatemala 36 years after the revolution. A many layered novel with strong female characters.
The Wonder: A Novel
By Emma DonoghueIn the store
Don't miss Emma Donoghue for our Cafe Philosophique event November 8! Already on the long list for the Scotia Giller Prize and rave reviews in the Guardian and NYT and also a feature article in the most recent New Yorker Magazine, we are looking forward to having Emma as our guest! Tickets at The Bookshelf or at the door at Lakeside Hope House.