The ever-popular LEGO Exhibition celebrating LEGO imagination returns to the Sidney Museum!
Ready for some tennis action? Each player guaranteed 3 matches. Play starts on Friday and continues through until Sunday afternoon. $42/player.
Wendy Wickwire, professor emerita of History, University of Victoria, will be reading from, At the Bridge: James Teit and an Anthropology of Belonging, a biography of Indigenous rights activist James Teit. Her book is described as one of the most important books on BC’s history to appear in years. Born in Jaipur and now living in North Saanich, Meenal Shrivastava is professor of political economy and global studies, Athabasca University. She will read from Amma’s Daughters, her first work of creative non-fiction. Her book weaves interviews, her mother and grandmother’s writings, and archival research to tell the story of her remarkable family.
Tickets $10 (including refreshments) at Tanner’s Books and online. All proceeds from ticket sales to support the 2021 Sidney LitFest.
Reading from his newest book, An Earthling’s Guide to Outer Space, beloved science commentator Bob McDonald will to take us on a tour of our galaxy, unravel mysteries of the universe and help us navigate our place among the stars. This is an evening that will interest all ages and will remind us about our very special place in the universe.
Tickets $10 (including refreshments) at Tanner’s Books and online (https://www.sidneyliteraryfestival.ca/). All proceeds from ticket sales will go to support the 2021 Sidney LitFest.