Ellen will be one of the ‘human books’ available at five Toronto Public Library branches on Saturday, November 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More than 50 ‘human books’ will be available. You can reserve a half-hour, on-the-spot chat with one in advance, by contacting the library by telephone or on line. You can come to a participating branch on Saturday to sign out others for dialogues. And through the TPL website, you can apply to be a 2011 human book.
Ellen will be at the Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge Street, a block north of Bloor. The library has chosen to focus on her membership in the Raging Grannies, her time working in Greenland, and her participation in the first Canada Corps mission to Ukraine’s Orange Revolution presidential election in 2004. She’ll talk about any of that with you, or just about anything else you’d like to discuss.
TPL Human Library link
United Mothers Opposing Violence Everywhere
Walk to Dundas Square begins at Queen’s Park, 1pm.
This year’s theme is “Who will fill these shoes?” so please bring along a pair of running shoes to honour loved ones lost to violence. (You may donate the shoes or take them home again.)
More info: 416-819-8628