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Writers at Windsor Public Library

Though the auditorium held close to 50 people, you could hear a pin drop.  The silence was broken only by the soft scratching of pen on paper or the quiet clicking of people typing away on their laptops.  The overwhelming attendance at the first night in a series of Writers’ Workshops presented by Madeline Sonik, writer-in-residence at the University of Windsor, makes a loud statement about the wealth of literary...
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Attention Writers!

Attention writers! Our area is lucky to enjoy a richness in literary arts, and we are even more fortunate that we have professionals in our midst who are willing to share their skills. Upcoming are two series of FREE writing workshops designed to help new writers hone their craft and gain valuable insights from professional writers. First on offer is the Writers Salon II to be held at the Kingsville Library on Wednesdays,...
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WPL Writers’ Group Welcomes John Schlarbaum

We are very excited that John will be visiting our group on Tuesday, December 9 when we meet at 7 pm at the Central Library. John is the successful author of 7 books and will be sharing with us his experiences as a writer and the owner of Scanner Publishing. Scanner Publishing will celebrate its 10th anniversary next year, coinciding with the release of John’s next book. It will be...
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Jean Foster Memorial Award

Jean Foster was a dedicated library staff member.  When she passed away, the word that was heard over and over again was “mentor”.  So many whose lives she touched felt that she had lent guidance and advice in a way that left us feeling stronger and optimistic.  She shared her passion for learning, reading and books, not just at Windsor Public Library, but through her work with BookFest Windsor and...
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Book Launch at Central Library

Windsor Public Library is proud to host the book launch of I Will Remember You by Deborah Pillon. When Deborah Pillon’s first husband died of a heart attack, she was devastated.  Having small children, though, she knew she had to pick herself up and move on.  But when her second husband also died suddenly of a heart attack, Deborah was overwhelmed by the loss.  People kept telling her to “get...
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