Join us on Thursday, September 30 in classroom M3340 at Collège Boréal or via Zoom for our first Sudbury Writers’ Guild Meeting of the year.
The doors open at 6pm and the meeting beings at 6:30 PM.
Our guest speaker is Kim Fahner, who is the Ontario Representative for The Writers’ Union of Canada. Kim will join us at 7:30 via Zoom to discuss the benefits of membership in the Writers’ Union of Canada and answer your questions.
Please note that in-person capacity for the meeting is twenty, but there is plenty of space online!
Please take a moment to RSVP via this Google Form https://forms.gle/URzYsA4gz1KY9eR2A to let us know if you’ll be joining in person or online. We will send you a Zoom link via email.
If you’re planning on attending in person please use the front entrance of the building and review Collège Boréal’s COVID-19 protocols below. Free parking is available in the lots at the front of the building. Classroom M3340 is on the third floor past the cafeteria and is accessible by elevators in the lobby. Look for our banner outside the classroom.
Meet our Guest Speaker!
Kim Fahner lives and writes in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. She has published five books of poetry, You Must Imagine The Cold Here (1997), braille on water (2001), The Narcoleptic Madonna (2012), Some Other Sky (2017), & These Wings (2019) . Kim is the Ontario Representative for The Writers’ Union of Canada (2020-22), a full member of the League of Canadian Poets, and a supporting member of the Playwrights Guild of Canada. She was Poet Laureate for the City of Greater Sudbury from 2016-18. Learn more at https://www.kimfahner.com/bio
Collège Boréal Covid Protocols:
1. As of September 7th, everyone entering the College must at least have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
2. As of October 15th, everyone entering the College must have received their two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
3. Masks are mandatory at all times while in the College.
4. All patrons must sign in with security upon entering the College. Sign-in is done on the iPads found in the front entrance and the standard COVID-19 screening questions are asked.