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March 2017 is One Book, One Province month! Schools, libraries, and communities across Saskatchewan will be reading and discussing The Education of Augie Merasty. 

Follow the tour with the Google Map of events! 

Join the conversation! #onebooksk 

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1st, 7-9 pm: First Nations University of Canada, Veteran's Memorial Tipi, Regina 

An evening of reading, performance, and discussion. With David Carpenter, Robyn Badger, Dr. Blair Stonechild, and with a performance by "The Original InfoRediculous" Brad Bellegarde. Everyone is welcome. 

THURSDAY, MARCH 2nd, 6:30 pm: Estevan Public Library, 701 Souris Ave, Estevan 

Author reading with David Carpenter. Everyone is welcome. For more information, contact Rebecca at 306-636-1621 or epladultprogrammer@southeastlibrary.ca. 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8th, 11-1 pm: Sask Polytech Gymnasium, Prince Albert 

With a reading from David Carpenter and a prayer from Elder Gertie Merasty. Everyone is welcome. For more information, contact Ann Liang at 306-236-5396. 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8th, 7:30 pm: Meadow Lake Public Library, Meadow Lake

Author reading with David Carpenter and a selfie contest! Post a selfie with the book to the Meadow Lake Library Facebook page and be entered to win their Read for Reconciliation set. 

Tuesday, March  14th 7-9pm: Oskyak High School 919 Broadway Avenue, Saskatoon, SK

Oskyay High School is located in Saskatoon and is based in First Nations culture.

SATURDAY, MARCH 18th 7-9 pm:  Grande Coteau Heritage and Cultural Centre- Art Gallery ,440 Centre Street , Shaunavon, SK

This event will be held in the Art Gallery of the building.

SATURDAY, MARCH 19th 2-4pm:  Jasper Cultural and Historical Centre, 311 Jasper Street , Maple Creek, SK

This event is hosted by the Chinook Regional Library.

MONDAY, MARCH 20th 7-9 pm: Art Gallery Swift Current 411 Herbert Street East, Swift Current , SK

Author David Carpenter will be on hand for a reading from the One Book One Province book The Education of Augie Merasty: A Residential School Memoir.

TUESDAY, MARCH 21st 7-9pm: Moose Jaw Public Library, 461 Langdon Crescent, Moose Jaw

David Carpenter and Bill Waiser, along with a special guest, will each present from their individual works and then participate in a special discussion panel on the topic of Tolerance and Understanding.

The Creative Industries Transition Fund is made possible through funding that was provided to the Saskatchewan Arts Board by the Government of Saskatchewan through the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport.