Two of Prince Edward County’s literary events have joined forces to create the County Reads Authors Festival. County Reads will kick off the festival on April 25 with an event hosted and moderated by County author Ken Murray. Hear five County residents as they champion their chosen Canadian book of the year.
After a spirited debate, spectators may vote for their favourite book while enjoying some refreshments and taking in the Discarted Art Show, which will be held in conjunction with the Festival. The winner of the debate will be announced to great fanfare at the evening’s finale. Over the next two days book lovers will have an opportunity to hear from authors such as Wayne Grady, Debra Komar and Camilla Gibb.
All events will be taking place on April 25-27 at St. Mary Magdalene Church, 335 Main St E, Picton.