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Author Visit with Drew Hayden Taylor (National Indigenous History Month)

National Indigenous History Month graphic.Live via Zoom (Zoom link will be emailed to you upon registration)
Tuesday, June 28
6:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Registration required; register in person at any branch, by phone at 905-623-7322 x2712, or online.

Join us virtually on Wednesday, June 28 as Drew Hayden Taylor highlights his works and discusses his experiences travelling the world, writing, and speaking from the Aboriginal perspective to help bridge the gap between cultures while tickling the funny bone.

Presented in partnership with the Municipality of Clarington.

This program is funded by the Government of Canada.

Funded by the Government of Canada.

Please visit our website post for more information about and programs in celebration of National Indigenous History Month.

About Drew Hayden Taylor

Originally from the Curve Lake First Nations, in Central Ontario, Drew has spent the last two decades travelling the world and writing about it from the Aboriginal perspective. An award-winning playwright, author, columnist, film maker and lecturer, he has managed to bridge the gap between cultures by tickling the funny bone.

The years of writing have brought Drew many accolades by his peers, including the Floyd S. Chalmers Award, Dora Mavor Moore Award and the Canadian Author’s Literary Award. He has also been the recipient of many other varied honours; an Honorary Doctorate of Law from Mount Allison University, a Plaque of Honour on the Peterborough Walk of Fame, the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Award, Ontario Premier’s Award for Creative Arts and Design, and Victoria Martyn Lynch-Staunton Award for Outstanding Artistic Achievement in Theatre, to name a few.


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Land Acknowledgement Statement

The Municipality of Clarington is situated within the traditional and treaty territory of the Mississaugas and Chippewas of the Anishinabeg, known today as the Williams Treaties First Nations. Our work on these lands acknowledges their resilience and their longstanding contributions to the area now known as the Municipality of Clarington.


Tuesday, June 28, 2022 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm
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