CANADIAN TOUR EVENTS/DATES Canadian Flag 2 clipart from Clker.com (Don’t panic; I’ll be posting the US tour dates tomorrow.) Friday June 20 6:30pm TORONTO EVENT Toronto Reference Library, Bram & Bluma Appel Salon 789 Yonge St. This is a free, ticketed event. To reserve your ticket or for more information please visit: www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/programs-and-classes/appel-salon/ Saturday June 21 1:00pm LONDON (ONTARIO) EVENT Chapters, 1037 Wellington Road This is a free event. For more information please visit www.chapters.indigo.ca or phone 519-685-1008 Sunday June 22 1:00pm BARRIE EVENT Chapters, 76 Barrie View Drive This is a free event. For more information please visit www.chapters.indigo.ca or phone 705-735-6735 Monday June 23 7:00pm OTTAWA EVENT 47 Rideau Street This is a free event. For more information please visit www.chapters.indigo.ca or phone 613-241-0073 Thursday June 26 6:00pm CALGARY EVENT Costco 11588 Sarcee Trail NW This is a free event, open to all Costco members. For more information please phone 403-516-3701 Friday June 27 7:30pm VICTORIA EVENT Alix Goolden Performance Hall, 900 Johnson St. Tickets are $10. For […]
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