StoryFest 2017 Fall Schedule
Horaire D'Automne de StoryFest 2017
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Great news! A new StoryFest date for Mary Walsh has been set!

Mary Walsh will be at the Hudson Village Theatre on Friday, November 10, at 7:30 p.m. This event is already sold out. So please bring your original passes/tickets as these will be  checked upon entry. If you have any questions, please call: (450) 458-5396.    



                           Greenwood's StoryFest 2017

Monia Mazigh - 1 oct, 14h00/ Oct. 1st, 2:00pm.                                       St. Mary's Hall, Hudson                                                                    $15.00

Lee Maracle - 3 oct, 19h30/Oct. 3rd, 7:30pm                                         Hudson Village Theatre                                                                    $15.00                                                                                            

Daniel Levitin - 6 oct, 19h30/Oct. 6th, 7:30pm.                                        Hudson Community Centre                                                              $15.00

Mary Walsh - 8 oct, 14h00/Oct. 8th, 2:00pm.                                            Hudson Village Theatre                                                                    $15.00 

Ross King - 10 oct, 19h30/Oct. 10th, 7:30pm.                                          Hudson Village Theatre                                                                    $15.00

Lawrence Hill - 14 oct, 10h00/ Oct. 14th, 10:00am.                                    Hudson Community Centre                                                              $20.00

Ian Howarth - 17 oct, 19h30/Oct. 17th, 7:30pm.                                        Hudson Village Theatre                                                                    $15.00

Laurie Gough *Travel: Memoir Writers Workshop - 21oct/Oct. 21st     $60.00  At Greenwood Centre 1:00pm- 4:00pm (not included in pass)                                                                        

Douglas Gibson - 24 oct, 19h30/ Oct. 24th, 7:30pm.                                   Hudson Village Theatre                                                                    $15.00

Beth Powning - 29 oct, 14h00/ Oct. 29th, 2:00pm.                                     St. Mary's Hall, Hudson                                                                    $15.00

Film: Testament of Youth

23 oct, 14h00 et 19h30/ Oct. 23rd, 2:00pm and 7:30pm.                            Hudson Village Theatre                                                                  $10.00

Passe Festival/ Festival Pass: $100 (Value $150) 

Click here to buy tickets for StoryFest 2017


Reading List

         BOOKS CHOSEN IN DOUGLAS GIBSON’S SHOW (Oct. 24)

"CELEBRATING CANADA’S GREATEST STORYTELLERS FROM 1867 TO 2017"

A STORY AS SHARP AS A KNIFE Robert Bringhurst, Douglas &MacIntyre

LES ANCIENS CANADIENS Philippe Aubert de Gaspé,Fides,Translated by Jane Brierley, CANADIANS OF OLD, Vehicule

THE GOLDEN DOG    William Kirby,McGill-Queen’s Press

ANGÉLINE de MONTBRUN Félicité Angers/ Laure Conan,La BibliothéqueElectronique du Québec

THE IMPERIALIST Sarah Jeanette Duncan, New Canadian Library/M&S

ANNE OF GREEN GABLES   Lucy Maud Montgomery, Tundra Books /M&S (Other Montgomery titles are also published by Penguin/M&S)

THE MAN FROM GLENGARRY   Charles Gordon/Ralph Connor,New Canadian Library/M&S

MARIA CHAPDELAINE    Louis Hémon,Illustrated by Clarence Gagnon (unillustrated edition published by Boréal)

SUNSHINE SKETCHESOF A LITTLE TOWN Stephen Leacock, New Canadian Library/ M&S

UN HOMME SE PENCHE SUR SON PASSÉ    Maurice Constantin-Weyer, Presses Universitaires de France

MORE JOY IN HEAVEN   Morley Callaghan, New Canadian Library/M&S

TRENTE ARPENTS   Philippe Panneton/Ringuet Translated as THIRTY ACRES Philippe Panneton/Ringuet,New Canadian Library/M&S

BONHEUR D’OCCASION  Gabrielle Roy, Boréal, Translated as THE TIN FLUTE Gabrielle Roy,New Canadian Library/ M&S

TWO SOLITUDES   Hugh MacLennan, New Canadian Library/M&S

LES PLOUFFE   Roger Lemelin,Stanké, Translated as THE PLOUFFE FAMILY, New Canadian Library /M&S

WHO HAS SEEN THE WIND  W.O. Mitchell, Illustrated by William Kurelek, M&S(Unillustrated edition also M&S)

FIFTH BUSINESS   Robertson Davies, Penguin

AGAGUK Yves Thériault, Éditions de l’Homme, Translated as SHADOW OF THEWOLF M&S

THE DIVINERS   Margaret Laurence, New Canadian Library /M&S

LE CIEL DE QUÉBEC  Jacques Ferron,  VLB Éditeur/ BibliothéqueQuébecoise

THE APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ Mordecai Richler, New Canadian Library/M&S

KAMOURASKA Anne Hébert, Éditions du Seuil, Translated as KAMOURASKA by Norman Shapiro, House of Anansi

THE INVENTION OF THE WORLD Jack Hodgins, M&S and New Canadian Library

ALIAS GRACE Margaret Atwood, M&S/ Vintage

LE MATOU Yves Beauchemin, Fidès, Translated by Sheila Fischman as THE ALLEY CAT M&S

THE ENGLISH PATIENT Michael Ondaatje, M&S/Vintage

THE STONE DIARIES Carol Shields, Vintage

A FINE BALANCE Rohinton Mistry, M&S/Vintage

PÉLAGIE –LA- CHARRETTE AntonineMaillet,Leméac / Translated by Philip Stratford  asPELAGIE, Goose Lane

NO GREAT MISCHIEF Alistair MacLeod, M&S

UNE SAISON DANS LA VIE D’EMMANUEL   Marie-ClaireBlais, BoréalTranslated as A SEASON IN THE LIFE OF EMMANUEL, Exile Editions

LIFE OF PI   Yann Martel, Vintage

COMMENT FAIRE L’AMOUR AVEC UN NÈGRE….  Dany Laferriere, Le serpent a plumes / Translated by David Homel as HOW TO MAKE LOVE…Douglas &MacIntyre

THE ORENDA Joseph Boyden, Penguin

NIGHTS BELOW STATION STREET  David Adams Richards, M & S

THE PROGRESS OF LOVE Alice Munro, Penguin

GOOD READING! Doug Gibson – doug1929@rogers.com


*Travel: Memoir Writers' Workshop with Laurie Gough

      Do you love to travel and enjoy writing? Have you always wanted to write about your journeys, perhaps even publish articles or a book about them, but don’t know where to begin? Do you want to create a legacy of some of your travels for you and your family to continue to appreciate?

     If so, then sign up for StoryFest’s Travel: Memoir Writers’ Workshop with Laurie Gough, a seasoned travel writer and accomplished memoirist.

     Her writing includes the award-winning Kite Strings of the Southern Cross: A Woman’s Travel Odyssey (also subtitled as Tales of the South Pacific), the highly acclaimed Stolen Child: A Mother’s Journey to Rescue Her Son from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and numerous articles. She will not only help you to find ‘the story’ in your travels but provide some of the ways to borrow fiction-writing techniques to best craft a memoir based on your explorations and experiences.

Space is limited to 18 participants on a first-paid/first-reserved basis through the online ticket service. $60 (not included in festival pass).



Each year, Greenwood Centre's StoryFest Committee volunteers organize a remarkable lineup of distinguished and engaging authors, poets, storytellers, and films to be part of the StoryFest schedule.  It's an autumn event not to be missed!  

Click on the links below to get a taste of what makes StoryFest so unique and fascinating...


Purchasing Information 2017

For additional details about StoryFest and/or answers to any questions, CONTACT US.  


Partners

Anonymous

Auberge Willow Place Inn

Boutique Pure Art

Canada Council for the Arts

Chateau Vaudreuil

Concordia University

Frank Royle

Gerry & Elizabeth Semmelhaack 

Bert Markgraf

Ingrid and Steve Thunem

Michael and Jill Legg

Hudson Film Society 

Hudson Village Theatre

Hudson Fine Crafters

Marie-Claude Nichols, MNA   

IGA Hudson

Pure Art Boutique

Diggers & Weeders Garden Club of Montreal

Quebec Writers' Federation (QWF)

Theatre Panache 

Town of Hudson

War Memorial Library 

MRC- Vaudreuil Soulanges

Westwood High School