The KAMA Reading Series has been World Literacy Canada's trademark event for the past 24 years. Acclaimed and local Canadian authors and writers participate in 5 evenings of reading, and join panel discussions with the audience. It's a night to celebrate great Canadian writing and storytelling, as well as an opportunity to discuss issues surrounding poverty and literacy around the world.
On April 27th, join us at the Gardiner Museum at 6:00PM for light refreshments, wine, and thought-provoking conversations on the them of Love & Terror with Lynn Crosbie, Lynne Kutsukake, Sabrina Ramnanan and Trevor Cole with special host Arlene Perly Rae.
Date: April 27th, 2016
Location: Gardiner Bistro at the Gardiner Museum at 111 Queens Park.
Tickets: Individual tickets for $65.00; $32.50 for under 30.
Contact or Purchase tickets at http://www.worldlit.ca/canada-programs/kama-reading-series/kama-2016/ or give us a call at 416-977-0008.
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