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FREE Events At Indigo!

From bestselling authors to the most anticipated new books,Indigo and Chapters stores across B.C. are thrilled to announce the following free and exclusive events in March.* A proudly Canadian company, Indigo's in-store experiences will showcase and celebrate all local authors.

In Person: Emma Windsor-Liscombe
Join Emma for storytime as she reads Missy the One-Eyed Dog and the Feet on the Street. This is Dr. Mooey Ewl's second book to the Missy the One-Eyed Dog series. Learn more about the eventhere.
Date and location: Tuesday, March 14 at 12pm | Indigo Granville, Vancouver, B.C.

In Person: Missy the One-Eyed Dog and EWL 
Join Missy the one-eyed dog and Illustrator EWL as they sign copies of the children's book Missy the One-Eyed Dog, a tale about a resilient dog who finds a loving home. Learn more about the eventhere
Date and location: Friday, March 17 at 3pm | IndigoSpirit Granville & Robson, Vancouver, B.C.

In Person: Michael Zhu 
Join designer/photographer Michael Zhu as he signs copies of his Vancouver Sketchbook, a beautiful compilation of hand-drawn depictions of Vancouver landmarks. Learn more about the event here
Date and location: Saturday, March 18 at 3pm | IndigoSpirit Granville & Robson, Vancouver, B.C.

In Person: Anosh Irani 
Join Anosh Irani as he signs copies of The Parcel, a finalist for the Governor General's Literary Award and the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize. The Parcel is a gripping literary page-turner, following a transgender sex-worker in the red-light district of Bombay. Learn more about the event here
Date and location: Thursday, March 23 at 3pm | IndigoSpirit Granville & Robson, Vancouver, B.C.

In Person: Janet Walmsley and Jenny Story
Join Janet Walmsley and Jenny Story as they sign copies of their books, The Autistic Author and Animator and Dysnomia. Learn more about the event here.
Date and location: Friday, March 24 at 12:30pm | IndigoSpirit Granville & Robson, Vancouver, B.C.

In Person: Barbara Graham 
Join Barbara Graham as she signs copies of Miracle at the Border.
Date and location: Wednesday, March 15 at 11am | Indigo Park Royal, West Vancouver, B.C.
In Person: Lawrence Verigin 
Join Lawrence Verigin as he signs copies of Seed of Control: Generations to Execute and Dark Seed: No One Knows What Evil Grows. Immerse yourself in the action and intrigue of this high concept thriller that may not be as far from reality as you might think.
Date and location: Saturday, March 18 at 11am | Indigo Park Royal, West Vancouver, B.C.
In Person: Roxsane Tiernan
Join Roxsane Tiernan as she signs copies of Zip and enjoy a small art show displaying her Chigiri-e'art.
Date and location: Tuesday, March 21 at 12pm | Indigo Park Royal, West Vancouver, B.C.

In Person: Liam Sturgess
Join us in listening to Author and Composer Liam Sturgess, a 21-year-old self-produced singer/songwriter from West Vancouver. Liam combines acoustic folk sound with modern alternative instrumentation, creating a unique musical experience.
Date and location: Sunday, March 26 at 11am | Indigo Park Royal, West Vancouver, B.C.
In Person: Kira Lynne
Join Author & Life Coach Kira Lynne as she signs copies of Aches, Pains & Love, a guide for dating and relationships for those with chronic pain and illness. Learn more about the event here.
Date and location: Saturday, March 25 at 1pm | Chapters Coquitlam, Coquitlam, B.C.


In Person: Kathy Beliveau 
Join Kathy Beliveau, author of The Yoga Game series, in person for a special Spring Break event. Kathy will be doing a reading of her newest book, The Yoga Game in the Garden, followed by a mini kid-friendly yoga session. Learn more about the event here
Date and location: Thursday, March 30 at 11 am | Chapters Nanaimo, Nanaimo, B.C.
[*] At participating locations. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Event materials may be limited and events are subject to cancellation or change without notice.


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