Calendar of Events
Canio´s, where good books, ideas, and community meet.
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In our Gallery :
Mon. Mar. 24 Spring session of Dante´s Divine Comedy begins at 10 a.m. Four sessions taught by Prof. Canio Pavone offer an introduction to the great work. Registration and fee required. Space is limited.Call to reserve.
Fri. Mar. 28 at 5:30 p.m. Thomas Merton Book Group meets to discuss selections from Thomas Merton Spiritual Master, edited by L. Cunningham. All welcome.
Sat. April 5 at 5 p.m. Poet Philip Schultz reads from his latest work, The Wherewithall: a novel in verse about the Shoah.
Sat. April 26 at 5 p.m. Biographer and literary critic Susan Shillinglaw speaks on John Steinbeck and his great works.
Sat. May 10 at 5 p.m. Artist James McMullan presents his illustrated memoir Leaving China: An Artist Paints His WWII Childhood
Sat. May 17 from 1 to 4 p.m. Long Island Reads special event: Garden historian Mac Griswold speaks aboutThe Manor: 300 Years on a Slave Plantation on Long Island at Sylvester Manor,Shelter Island. House tours and book signing.
Up-coming events: Essay workshop with David Bouchier
SoulCollage(tm) workshop with Jeanne Marie Merkel
Film screening: Fierce Green Fire
& more to come!
Contact the shop for more information on photography and writing workshops: nature writing; memoir; spirituality; personal essay.We also offer editorial services and expert artwork framing.
Celebrate Sag Harbor! Coming soon: Sag Harbor Was: a Historical Celebration edited by Maryann Calendrille. Currently available: Sag Harbor Is: a Literary Celebration edited by Calendrille, with photographs by Kathryn Szoka. Signed copies available. Makes a great gift.