Every Monday at 2:00 in the Louise Riley Program Centre, folks gather for 50+ Coffee and Conversation. Sometimes we have presentations on anything from Tai-Chi to downloading e-books. On days we do not have a presentation we talk about current events, travel, food and just about anything else over a cup of coffee.
On Monday, March 28th we will be doing something completely different; we'll be hosting a drop-in book club! The book we will be discussing is the 2009 Giller Prize winning novel, The Bishop's Man by Linden MacIntyre. If you have read this book and wish to talk about it, why not drop in? The coffee is on us! If you haven't read this book, you still have time to!
The Bishop's Man tells the story of Father Duncan MacAskill - an enforcer employed by his bishop to discipline wayward priests and suppress potential scandal. Pushed to the breaking point by loneliness, tragedy and sudden self-knowledge, Duncan discovers how hidden obsessions and guilty secrets will either find their way to the lght of understanding, or poison any chance for love and spiritual peace.
Place a hold on a copy today and join us on March 28th!