Calendar

Oct
17
Wed
Kathy Mac on Michelle Massé and the Twilight novels @ Wilser's Room
Oct 17 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Kathy Mac on Michelle Massé and the Twilight novels
The next tertulia presenter is Kathy Mac on Michelle Massé and the Twilight novels. The talk will happen on Wed, Oct. 17 at 7:30pm at Wilser’s Room, Capital Complex, 362 Queen St., Fredericton.

Kathy Mac is a professor at St. Thomas University and poet. Kathy Mac‘s book of poetry, Nail Builders Plan for Strength and Growth, was shortlisted for the Governor General’s Award.

What is a tertulia? A tertulia can be described as a literary and artistic social gathering or a philosophy cafe where participants talk about ideas. Our tertulias combine words, music, poetry, readings, and whatever else our speakers bring. Our tertulias will take place on Wednesdays at 7:30pm at Wilser’s Room, 366 Queen St. in Fredericton this fall.

Tertulia Fall Schedule

Oct 3 – Samira Farhoud on Simone de Beauvoir
Oct 17 – Kathy Mac on Michelle Massé
Oct 24 – Christine Horne on François Rabelais
Nov 14 – Thom Workman on Hannah Arendt
Nov 21 – Ajay Parasram on Eric Williams
Dec 5 -Alain Deneault on Georg Simmel

Contact: tertulia@gmail.com

Oct
21
Sun
Acadian Forest Walk in the Whaelghinbran Forest @ Whaelghinbran Forest, 167 Harriet O' Ree Road, South Branch, Kings County, E4E 6A4
Oct 21 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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Where? Whaelghinbran Forest, 167 Harriet O’ Ree  Road, South Branch, Kings County, E4E 6A4 (see here for directions).

When? Sunday, October 21st
1PM Meet for an interpretive walk; 3 to 4 PM Mingle over locally-sourced charcuterie boards, featuring local meats, cheeses, fresh apple cider and Belliveau Orchard’s Scow Craft Cider.

What to expect? Take in the fall colours on a guided hike of the magnificent Whaelghinbran Forest. As you hike through sugar maple, birch, and century-old oak and hemlock stands, you’ll learn how sustainable forestry can preserve forests for generations to come.
Please note: This hike is open to all ages, but not recommended for people with low mobility issues.

To RSVP call 506-536-3738 or email nbclt@forestsinternational.org