Final Fat Oyster production of 2014 on Wednesday

The Fat Oyster Reading Series has hosted an impressive list of Canadian authors at the Fanny Bay Hall. This year’s series is culminating on Wednesday, Nov. 26  featuring nationally-recognized author and humorist Des Kennedy.  Don’t miss the last Fat Oyster event of 2014!

Kennedy, from Denman Island, is an award-winning author, and former gardening columnist for the Globe and Mail.

Included in Wednesday’s line-up is Saskatchewan author and poet Bruce Rice, winner of numerous literary awards, whose book The Trouble with Beauty was published in 2014. Also on the bill is Victoria’s author and poet, Rhona McAdam. She is a passionate food activist and holistic nutritionist who is an avid advocate of urban agriculture. The Fanny Bay Hall doors open at 6:30 p.m. The cost is $5 at the door. For more information, see the Fanny Bay Hall website: bit.ly/1zHWBGD.

 

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