Ken Mitchell Library Dedication Ceremony
In celebration of the Guild’s 45th birthday, we are honouring Ken Mitchell as a founding member by dedicating our library in his name.
When: March 3 at 12:45 pm
Where: Ken Mitchell Library, Suite 100 - 1150 8th Avenue, Regina
Join us in the dedication of the Ken Mitchell Library at the Guild office in Regina on March 3, right after his Write After Lunch presentation. Ken’s WAL presentation “Writing and the Community” will run from 12:15-12:45 pm in person and via livestreaming. After the talk, we will have the unveiling ceremony— there will be a light lunch and refreshments. The talk and dedication are free and everyone is welcome. In addition to these two wonderful events, the SWG will provide time for visitors who wish to see the facilities or speak directly with staff about programming and services.
For more information on this event you may contact Program Assistant, Caelan Reilly, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 306.791.7746 during regular office hours.
About Ken Mitchell:
Ken Mitchell is a prairie-based writer who has published over 30 books — novels, poetry, dramas and histories. His most recent is Rhyming Wranglers, Cowboy Poets of the Canadian West, from Frontenac House, Calgary. His most recent stage play is Edna Jaques — Live, which opened at the Artesian Theatre, Regina, in 2013. This summer, the RCMP Heritage Centre will be presenting his outdoor drama, Spirits of the Trail, throughout the province.