Out Loud Series 2017: from Far and Wide O Canada

Due to the anticipated popularity of these events, admission will be by ticket only. You can pick up your FREE tickets for any of these events at the library beginning September 15th, 2017.

Wednesday, October 4
7:00 pm
from Saskatchewan


Gail Bowen

Gail Bowen makes a return visit to Sheep River Library
to talk about her mystery book series featuring
Joanne Kilbourne, a university professor,
sometime political columnist, and a wife, mother
and grandmother. The 17th book in the series,
The Winners' Circle, was released this year.
Saturday, October 14
7:00 pm
from British Columbia 

Ari Neufeld

Ari Neufeld's performances are a flourish of young
and old songs, familiar and brand new, fleshed out
in alternating rhythms and melodies, with percussion,
electric and acoustic guitar, piano, banjo, ukulele
and harmonica. Neufeld has worked and performed
internationally and shared the stage with musical giants.
Monday, October 16
7:00 pm
from Ontario

Terry Fallis

We are thrilled to have Terry back for a third time
at the library.Terry is the author of six successful
novels and two-time winner of the Stephen Leacock
Medal for Humour. The evening promises to be
humourous and informative as Terry talks
about his novels and his journey to becoming 
an award winning writer.
Friday, October 20
7:00 pm
from the Yukon

Ed Peekeekoot

Multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter,
and story-teller, Ed Peekeekoot is a skilled
and seasoned performer. He has a timeless kind
of cool that appeals to audiences of all ages.
Ed's performances go from blazing guitar to 
foot-stomping fiddle and haunting native flute, all
sprinkled with his Cree humour and philosophy. 
He takes people on a wide and wild musical journey
from country folk to a touch of classical and jazz.