Featured author's books are available for advance purchase at a discount at

 

Crews Quarters

192 West St,

Port Colborne

905-834-5921

 

and at Roselawn the night of Readings.

 

These venues provide vital support for our series.

Single Evening Passes $30

2016-17 Passes Available

at May Reading for just $160

CanadianAuthorsSeries@gmail.com • 905-834-8315

Author Accommodations Courtesy of

303 Fielden Avenue

Port Colborne, ON L3K 4T5

(905) 348-5411

Our Next Authors:

 

Thursday, May 26, 2016 ~ Clara Hughes, "Open Heart, Open Mind"

 

Reading at 8 pm, Tasting at 7pm.

Roselawn Centre For The Living Arts

296 Fielden Ave, Port Colborne, ON

 

Now in its 22nd year, the renowned Canadian Authors Series is confirming authors for its 2015-2016 season.  Become a member and enjoy seven great evenings of entertainment that include wine, food, live music, an author reading, an engaging question and answer period and a book signing. It all takes place at Roselawn Centre for the Living Arts, a haunted but lovely Victorian Mansion featuring a 265-seat theatre!

 

The Canadian Authors Series is one of the best venues in Canada for writers to showcase their work. From September to May, we bring in the greats of Canadian literature to Port Colborne. Join us for seven unforgettable evenings.

In past seasons we were fortunate to welcome some of Canada's finest writers including Margaret Atwood, Pierre Berton, Mordecai Richler, Rohinton Mistry, Farley Mowat, Alistair MacLeod, David Adams RIchards, Conrad Black, Stevie Cameron, Lawrence Hill, humourists Allan Fotheringham, and Stuart McLean. Occasionally we've been lucky enough to present contemporary personalities such as Mike Bullard, Sandra Shamas, Peter Mansbridge, Margaret Trudeau, Mary Walsh, Rex Murphy, Lloyd Robertson, and Dr. David Suzuki

 

The series has now placed 10,000 Canadian books into the hands of readers. Over the years the series donated more than $30,000 to charities including the Niagara Peninsula Children's Centre, Port Cares, Easter Seals and the United Way.

 

 

Thanks to our Generous Sponsors:

George Emerick and

Cindi Pohonick-Talbot

John and Rosanne Marsh

John and Darlene Tuck