One Book One Island Countdown


We are now 4 weeks from Louise Penny’s visit to PEI for the finale to our first One Book One Island campaign.

There’s still time to place a request on Still Life by Louise Penny in one of the many formats held by PLS.


The Confederation Centre Public Library has several related programs planned for the coming weeks, including:

August 30th 12 noon 

One Book One Island book discussion of Still Life; all are welcome.

September 8th at 7:00 p.m.

Murder on the Island? Believe it or not, the “Gentle Island” has seen its share of murders over the years. Join Island Historian Boyde Beck for a discussion of some solved – and unsolved – murders that have occurred on the Island.

Tuesday September 13th at 7:00 p.m. at Memorial Hall, Confederation Centre of the Arts

Beyond Three Pines: One of three visits Louise Penny will make to Island libraries


Join the ONE BOOK ONE ISLAND draw!

Enter a ballot for your chance to win a great ONE BOOK ONE ISLAND prize; ask at the check out desk for details. You could win:

●     Book bag with the ONE BOOK ONE ISLAND logo
●    Vive Gamache! café au lait mug & book plates
●    Dinner with Louise Penny and library staff on Tuesday September 13th before the Charlottetown reading

Mechanics of the draw:

One ballot per person; ballots can be obtained at the check out desk.

The draw will take place at the Confederation Centre Public Library on Thursday, September 8th at 4:00 p.m.

If the winner is not available for dinner another name will be selected.

Watch our website for details on nominating your choice for next year’s One Book One Island author, and keep up to date by following us on
Facebook and Twitter.

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For more information, contact:

Trina O’Brien Leggott
Chief Librarian
Confederation Centre Public Library
P.O. Box 7000
Charlottetown, PE
C1A 8J8

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