Eve Lazarus is a North Vancouver-based writer with a passion for old houses and an unconventional approach to history. She has written three books on popular history: Sensational Vancouver (July 2014), Sensational Victoria: bright lights, red lights, murders, ghosts & gardens, (2012) and her 2007 book At Home with History: the Untold Secrets of Greater Vancouver’s Heritage Homes was a City of Vancouver book award finalist.
Eve blogs obsessively about places and their stories at www.evelazarus.com/blog.
Sanford Osler was introduced to the canoe as a youngster at summer camp, an event that sparked a lifelong interest in the role of the canoe in our history and modern-day lives. This fascination led him to collect information on the subject over many years, meet many of the colourful characters involved with canoes and give talks about these craft to audiences across British Columbia. He is author of Canoe Crossings.
Doors open at 6:30 for wine and refreshments, reading begins at 7pm. This event is free, but please register by clicking the “Sign Up” button on our website at www.nvcl.ca.
For questions and information, contact Organizer Heidi Schiller at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 604-998-3474.