Metro Vancouver Events

Canadian Authors–Metro Vancouver presents events on a variety of topics, all to do with aspects of writing. The public is welcome. Regular gatherings are held the second Wednesday of the month from January to June and September to November. A summer social takes place in mid-August. The AGM/holiday social is held in early December.

Location: BC Alliance for Arts + Culture
938 Howe Street, Suite 100, Vancouver BC V6Z 1N9
Time: 7-9 p.m., (doors open at 6:45 p.m.)
Cost: Members no charge; Guests $10; Students with ID $5. Pay at the door. The public is welcome.

Upcoming Events

Autumn 2019

Writer-editor Christina Myers – Wed Nov 13
Location: BC Alliance for Arts + Culture, 100 – 938 Howe Street, Vancouver

Canadian Authors–Metro Vancouver Branch (including Victoria)  Annual General Meeting and winter social – 6 to 9 pm Mon Dec 2 RSVP  
Location: The Old Spaghetti Factory, New Westminster

 

 

 

Past Meetings & Events 2018
Past Meetings & Events 2017
Past Meetings & Events 2016
Past Meetings & Events 2015

Branch Contact: Kathleen Schmitt, President: VANpresident(at)canadianauthors.org | 604-299-1764

 

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News & Events

CA–Metro Vancouver News & Events

Whistler Independent Book Awards finalists announced.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Writer-editor Christina Myers at 7 p.m. on Wed Nov 13.

Our Annual General Meeting and winter social is scheduled for Mon Dec 2 at the Old Spaghetti Factory in New Westminster.

CA–Victoria News & Events

UPCOMING EVENTS

Tue Nov 19 from 7 to 9 pm SPOTLIGHT Prose Open Mic, featuring Laurel Deedrick-Mayne and Wallace George du Temple

 

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Historic Joy Kogawa House, the home from which author Joy Kogawa’s family was displaced in 1942, is run by a not-for-profit organization. The house now serves as a cultural and heritage centre, a site of healing and reconciliation, and a place for author residencies.