Fall Lineup for Titles@Table40

That’s right! Our ever-popular dinner series is back! With a few slight changes and a brand new crop of great Canadian authors for you to wine and dine with, we hope to make your dining experience with us even better than before. We are so looking forward to once again joining forces with our wonderful neighbours at The Fraser Cafe to bring you enjoyable evenings of great food, good drink, and fascinating authors!

Here’s how it works:
The evening starts at 5:30pm with dinner, followed by the author presentation and book signing. Tickets must be purchased in advance at the bookstore. The non-refundable cost is $60.00 which includes the cost of the meal (a set menu of three courses with a vegetarian option), tax and tip. All beverages are extra and will be charged at the end of the evening. The Fraser Cafe can accommodate all special dietary needs if informed in advance.

Call or visit us to purchase your tickets today!
Books on Beechwood
35 Beechwood Avenue

Ottawa author France Itani is helping us kick off event season with her new novel That’s My Baby. Picking up on the story threads which began in Deafening and continued in Tell, this new book follows eighteen year old Hanora, a young woman who, having just discovered that she was adopted as a baby, sets off to discover the mystery of her roots on the eve of the Second World War.

Date: Sunday, September 10
Time: 5:30pm
Place: Table 40, 7 Springfield Road (next to The Fraser Cafe)

For a taste of Newfoundland culture and storytelling, Wayne Johnston will be paying us a visit to talk about First Light, Last Snow which is being touted as “an epic family mystery with a powerful, surprise ending.”  When Ned Vatcher returns home from school one day to find his parents gone without a trace, his life becomes defined by his need to uncover the mystery behind the Vanished Vatchers.

Date: Wednesday, October 11
Time: 5:30pm
Place: Table 40, 7 Springfield Road (next to The Fraser Cafe)

Get a dose of funny when Terry Mosher comes by to talk about his new book From Trudeau to Trudeau. This compilation of fifty years worth of cartoons from The Montreal Gazette is full of celebrated victories, elusive dreams, and skewered politicians, all in classic Aislin style!

Date: Sunday, October 22
Time: 5:30pm
Place: Table 40, 7 Springfield Road (next to The Fraser Cafe)

Tickets for all of these dinner events are available now through the bookstore.

Be sure to buy yours early as they tend to go quite quickly!