Mont-Joli - A Summer in seven movements, this time in English, with the CLAC’s 3rd literary tea presenting writer and film maker Paul Almond on Sunday, July 24 juillet. He will be accompanied by jazz duo Gilles Blais and Eddy Métivier.
Paul Almond, O.C., was one of Canada’s pre-eminent film and television directors, having directed and produced over 130 TV dramas for the CBC, BBC, ABC and Granada Television. Last autumn, his first book in The Alford Saga, The Deserter, was a national best seller. The second book, The Survivor, was published in mid-June. Paul lives on the Gaspé Peninsula in Québec and in Malibu, California. Visit him online at www.paulalmond.com.
Event: Literary Tea
Place: Estevan Lodge at Les Jardins de Métis, 200, Route 132, Grand-Métis
Date: Sunday, July 24 2011
Time: 3 pm
Admission to the Gardens: free admission from 2 pm
Admission to the Literary Tea: $ 8 for non members, free for membres of the CLAC and Les Jardins de Métis et $ 5 for members of the Salon du livre de Rimouski.
New This Year: Members Must present their CLAC membership card for literary teas at the Gardens.
Reservation Policy: Reserved tickets must be picked up from the ticket booth at Les Jardins de Métis prior to 2.30 pm.
Updated : 2011-07-20