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Writer-in-residence program to end with public presentation next week

By Richmond Sentinel

Published 3:26 PST, Mon November 22, 2021

The 10th writer-in-residence program wraps up with a public presentation from this year’s author, Sonya Lalli along with special guests on Dec. 1 in the Richmond Cultural Centre Performance Hall (7700 Minoru Gate).

The free in-person program takes place from 6 to 7:30 p.m. and is chance to connect with Lalli and other literary artists. To reserve a spot, email As seating is limited, advance registration is required to attend in person.

Since this year’s writer-in-residence program launched in late September, local emerging writers have had the opportunity to participate in the three-part Breaking Down Barriers workshop series, a public reading and Q&A session and there is still time to register for the upcoming Writers’ Circle on Saturday (Nov. 27).

The 2021 writer-in-residence program is produced by a partnership of the City of Richmond’s Arts Services, Minoru Seniors Society and Richmond Public Library Brighouse Branch.

Details about the public presentation and the program are available at

The program will adhere to all City of Richmond COVID-19 safety protocols including mandatory masks. Proof of vaccination is required. Doors open at 5:45 p.m.

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