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Thursday, April 14th, 2011
7:04 pm
[jeffreyab]
GenreCon 2011 a Free Literary Convention!
GenreCon a free literary convention runs this Saturday at The Sarnia Branch of the Lambton County Library is located at 124 Christina Street South, Sarnia, Ontario, one hour northeast of Detroit, Michigan on I-94 and one hour west of London, Ontario on Highway 402.

This year GenreCon features several former Sarnia residents who now work at ChiZine Publications. These are Co-publisher, Editor in Chief and Bram Stoker Award winner Brett Savory, Managing Editor Helen Marshall and Marketing Manager Laura Marshall.

Also planning to attend are ChiZine Co-publisher Sandra Kasturi, Brett's partner in life, writers Jeff DeLuzio and Ryan Gibbs, science fiction writer and editor Eric Choi and mystery writers Dennis Collins, N. J. Lindquist and Crime Writers of Canada President Catherine Astolfo.

This is the schedule of events:


GenreCon 2011 Schedule
10 AM West Room "Why editing is important and its role in publishing"
Moderator Sandra Kasturi, Brett Savory, Eric Choi, Helen Marshall, N. J. Lindquist

Library Theatre Planetes anime space television episodes:
"The Lunar Flying Squirrels" & "Extraterrestrial Girl"

11 PM Meet and Greet Reception

12 PM West Room The Small Press Moderator Sandra Kasturi, Dennis Collins, Brett Savory, Eric Choi, Laura Marshall

East Room HadouCon Panel pitches Have you got an idea for our anime/manga convention HadouCon happening on July 9th 2011? Then come and pitch the idea! Runs until 4 PM at the lastest.

Library Theatre Planetes episodes "A Place To Cling To" & "Regrets"

1 PM West Room The Mystery Genre and why I chose to write in it.
Moderator Dennis Collins, N. J. Lindquist, Catherine Astolfo

Library Theatre Cowboy Bebop science fiction episodes John Woo inspired "Ballad of Fallen Angels" & the Blaxploitation tribute "Mushroom Samba"

2 PM West Room "Meet Chizine Publishing" they produce weird, surreal, subtle, and disturbing dark literary fiction presented by Moderator Sandra Kasturi, Brett Savory, Helen Marshall, Laura Marshall

Library Theatre Anime SF Movie The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

3 PM West Room Writing: Plot vs Characters Moderator Eric Choi, Dennis Collins, N. J. Lindquist, Catherine Astolfo, Jeff DeLuzio

4 PM West Room The Yellow Peril and Exotic Asia Refracted Through SF and Fantasy Historical images of the Orient are shown and their influence on science fiction is discussed Moderator Jeff DeLuzio and Eric Choi

East Room Genre Poetry Discussion how does it fit or not? Moderator Catherine Astolfo, Sandra Kasturi, Helen Marshall, Ryan Gibbs

5PM Depart for Ups and Downs for Optional Group Dinner Book Early!

Jeff Beeler
Wednesday, May 19th, 2010
10:33 am
[jeffreyab]
DEATH NOTICE: Ronald William Surman, B.Sc., Phm., HD (R.Hom.)

It is with deeply saddened hearts that the family of Ronald William Surman, B.Sc., Phm., HD (R.Hom.), announces his passing on Monday, May 17, 2010, at the age of 69.
Beloved husband and best friend of Barbara Ann (Cranmer).
Loving father of Justin Hayes (Jaime), Jennifer, Jonathan and Jamie.
Cherished Poppa of Holden and Faris.
Dear brother of Daniel Surman (Margo) of London.
Ron will forever be remembered by his loving family at Hogan’s Pharmacy at Sarnia Bayside and by his trusted companions his dogs Murphy and Marley, and his cats Emma, Mickey and Avett.
Predeceased by his parents Thomas and Lorraine Surman, by his brother Steven Surman and by his dog Thor.
Ron was a member of the Ontario College of Pharmacists, the Canadian Pharmacists Association, the Canadian Society of Homeopaths, and NUPATH (National United Professional Association of Trained Homeopaths).
Ron will be remembered as a very passionate man who cared deeply about helping people. He always loved with all his heart and soul, always putting others before himself. The simplest things in life gave Ron the greatest joy: early morning rainshowers, nature, the beach, family dinners and spending time with his family. He was also an avid swimmer at the Holiday Inn,enjoyed reading his medical journals online and taking naps in the sunroom couch (with a medical clinic book on his chest).
Family and friends will be received on Thursday, May 20, 2010, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. and from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at SMITH FUNERAL HOME, 1576 London Line, Sarnia.
A funeral service will be held on Friday, May 21, 2010, at 1:00 p.m. at Smith Funeral Home, Sarnia. Cremation will follow.
Sympathy may be expressed through donations to the Sarnia & District Humane Society (cheques only please).
Memories and condolences may be sent online at www.smithfuneralhome.ca
Ron was a pharmacist for 46 years and his mission was to help people by giving them First Class Pharmacy Service. His dedication and devotion to his career and the people he helped, led him to his determination to support and encourage others to sign the petition against the McGuinty government for cutting pharmacy funding.
Visitation

Family and friends will be received on Thursday, May 20, 2010, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. and from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at SMITH FUNERAL HOME, 1576 London Line, Sarnia.
Service

A funeral service will be held on Friday, May 21, 2010, at 1:00 p.m. at Smith Funeral Home, Sarnia. Cremation will follow.
Donations

Sympathy may be expressed through donations to the Sarnia & District Humane Society (cheques only please).

From: http://www.smithfuneralhome.ca./obits.php?id=1453
Tuesday, May 11th, 2010
2:51 pm
[jeffreyab]
GenreCon 2010
NEWS RELEASE
Tuesday, May 11, 2010 For Immediate Release

The Sarnia Library Presents: A Day With Authors GenreCon 2010

Sarnia, ON – GenreCon, a free literary convention featuring several mystery, science fiction, horror and fantasy authors, returns to Sarnia Library on Saturday, May 15, 2010.

Providing fans and local writers with the opportunity to talk with other genre fans and writers, GenreCon presents a wide range of panels on writing, reading and publishing genre fiction, including mystery, horror, fantasy and science fiction. There will also be panels on anime and manga, a free film program of anime movies on the big screen in the Library Theatre, book signings and books for sale.
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Friday, October 2nd, 2009
12:08 pm
[jeffreyab]
The Sarnia Library Presents its 2009 HORROR Mini Film Festival featuring Zombiefest!
LIBRARIES, MUSEUMS & CULTURAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

Sarnia Library
124 Christina Street
Sarnia, ON N7T 8E1
Telephone: 519 337-3291
Fax: 519 337-3041
www.lclmg.org

NEWS RELEASE
Friday, October 02, 2009 For Immediate Release

The Sarnia Library Presents its 2009 HORROR Mini Film Festival

Sarnia, ON – The Sarnia Library is presenting a free horror mini film festival starting on Saturday October 24th at 12 noon with Zombiefest!

Saturday, October 24
• At 12pm the library will show “Shaun of the Dead”, a Zombie comedy that provides 'how-to' zombie information. The film is rated R due to gore and excessive swearing; all attendees must be 18 years of age or older.

• A Zombie Walk will follow from 2-3pm where people dress as zombies and wander the sidewalks of Downtown Sarnia getting people into the Halloween spirit. People under 18 will need a parent or a signed permission slip available at the Reference Desk.

• The library will show the movie “Fido” at 3pm, retro 50’s story of a boy and his zombie. Persons under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

Monday, October 26 at 7pm
• “A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warrior” will be shown in the Sarnia Library Theatre. This movie examines the origin of Freddy Krueger, the burned man with claws on his hand. The movie is rated R and all attendees must be 18 years or older.

Wednesday, October 28th at 7pm
• The Sarnia Library's third annual showing of the British musical horror movie "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" will take place on Wednesday, October 28th. Costumes are encouraged.

Both movies on Monday and Wednesday nights will be followed by an optional discussion at Ups and Downs pub. Admission is free; however, the library will accept donations of canned goods and other non perishable items for the Inn of the Good Shepherd Food Bank. Please call the Reference Department at 519 337-3291 for more information on each of the films or to register.

For more information about Lambton County, visit www.lambtononline.ca

Contact:
Jeffrey Allan Beeler
Reference Librarian, Sarnia Library
124 Christina Street South
Sarnia, Ontario, Canada N7T 8E1
Telephone: 519 337-3291 email: jeffrey.beeler@county-lambton.on.ca
Tuesday, July 14th, 2009
5:59 pm
[harmer]
This is probably a long shot, but does anyone want a kitten in a few weeks? They were born Sunday and will be free to loving homes in probably 5 or 6 weeks. Two are grey and white, two are all white, and one is mostly white with some grey spots and a grey tail. My mom's cat just had them and if we can't find homes, she will have to bring them to the Humane Society.

If you or someone you know is interested, please let me know! I can take pictures upon request.
Monday, June 8th, 2009
12:15 am
[jeffreyab]
Details for Jim Stokely's funeral:
Visitation will be held on Tuesday, June 9 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Smith Funeral Home, and a memorial service will be held on Wednesday, June 10 at 11:00 a.m.

http://www.theobserver.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1602228
Saturday, June 6th, 2009
10:06 am
[jeffreyab]
Jim Stokely has died!
Jim Stokley died suddenly at his home Friday. Stokley, along with his wife Michele, took a giant leap of faith 10 years ago when they started the Bayfest music festival.

http://www.theobserver.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1601909
Sunday, September 28th, 2008
10:28 am
[ladygiggles]
BOOK WEEK
YO! English teachers! Librarians! IN ONTARIO, CANADA

Are you aware of Canadian Children's Book Week? NO, it is not just for children, it is also for young adults. This year we have Meg Tilly (yes, the actress from Agnes of God) who does a very important book on sexual abuse and Jeff Rud, and author who had written a book about a grade 11 basketball player who has a friend who is in the school play and the homophobia expressed by the rest of his team.

We also have 4 other authors and storytellers who are for younger children.

These authors will be in the province for Book Week Nov. 20-24. The readings are $125 a piece (there is some funding help if needed). GIVE YOUR KIDS ACCESS TO AN AUTHOR FOR AN HOUR!!!!!

Apply at www.bookweek.ca

Current Mood: excited
Friday, August 15th, 2008
10:12 am
[jeffreyab]
The Sarnia Library Presents Free Anime Movie Night
Sarnia, ON – The Sarnia Library Graphic Novel and Anime Club is presenting a free anime movie on Monday, August 18th at 7:00 PM in the Library Theatre. Admission is free; however, the library will accept donations of canned goods and other non perishable items for the Inn of the Good Shepherd Food Bank.

Anime is the very realistic animation usually created in Japan but gaining popularity in other countries. Examples of anime movies include: “Spirited Away”, “Metropolis” and “Porco Rosso” all by Studio Ghibli, “The Triplettes of Belleville” created here in Canada and the science fiction epics “Akira” and “Ghost in the Shell.”

The anime movie to be broadcast on August 18 illustrates the history of Japan through the life of a fictional actress and her quest to find her lost love. The movies she makes parallel her journey through life. The animation is described on the Internet Movie Database as visually amazing with unique character designs and detailed backgrounds with just a tiny bit of surrealism.

A.O. Scott of the New York Times says, “To witness one cinematic medium celebrating another, an expression of movie love that is wonderfully eccentric and deeply affecting.”

This movie is rated ‘G for General’ and is suitable for all ages. Please call the Reference Department at 519 337-3291 to find out the title of the movie, for more information and to confirm your attendance.
Thursday, June 19th, 2008
10:02 am
[jeffreyab]
Free RPG Day at Future Pastimes:
This Saturday is free Role Playing Game Day at Future Pastimes downtown on Lochiel at Christina.

More details here: http://www.freerpgday.com/
Saturday, May 10th, 2008
12:18 am
[ankhutenshi]
Ribfest
Anyone know what dates Ribfest 2008 is? My boss wants to know and I can't find it.
Wednesday, April 30th, 2008
10:19 am
[jeffreyab]
GenreCon 2008 Final Schedule:
GenreCon, a free literary convention featuring several notable editors and authors, returns to Sarnia Library on Saturday, May 3rd.

Providing fans and local authors with the opportunity to talk with other genre fans and authors, GenreCon presents a wide range of panels on writing, reading and publishing genre fiction, including mystery, horror, fantasy and science fiction. There will also be book signings and sales.

The Sarnia Branch of the Lambton County Library is located at 124 Christina Street South, Sarnia, Ontario, one hour northeast of Detroit, Michigan on I-94 and one hour west of London, Ontario on Highway 402. GenreCon is part of The Need to Read Festival.

For the complete schedule look under the cut:
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Tuesday, April 15th, 2008
11:56 pm
[jeffreyab]
Grady Featuring 'Grady' Johnson - From Big Sugar


Saturday, April 26, 2008

Doors open @ 8:30 PM

Tickets: $ 10.00

Available at: Stoke's Bay, Stoke's Inland & Sam the Record Man or at https://secure.ebtech.net/theindustrysarnia/tickets.asp

Gordie Johnson recently stated in an interview with Guitarist UK,
"We're trying to find the common ground between punk, metal and gospel. I like to think we sound like Motorhead just got the job of backing up John Lee Hooker."
As reviewed in L.A. magazine Access: "GRADY has enough low end buzz and slide guitar to shake down the walls of the Alamo."
Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys lead singer/ Alternative Tentacles owner) has enthused "You guys are the missing link between Junior Brown and Black Flag."
This trio of tall Texans will captivate you with a sound somewhere between early ZZ Top and an alien abduction. Equal parts Southern Gospel and Satanic Ritual. Gordie "Grady" Johnson on lead vocals and guitar, "Big Ben" Richardson on bass, and Billy "Thunderball" Maddox beating the drums loud and proud, kneel at the altar of the one-chord stomp and make every show a unique offering.
As reviewed in Observer Music Monthly UK: "One of the bands that perhaps best define the city (Austin) today is GRADY. Cowboy Metal anyone?"
The new cd "A Cup of Cold Poison" was recorded live off the floor at Willie Nelson�s famed Pedernales recording studio and even features a spoken word introduction by the Red Headed Stranger himself.

Gordie Johnston is one of the great rock guitarists of all time and the show is only TEN bucks!
Monday, April 7th, 2008
1:22 pm
[jeffreyab]
The Sarnia Library Presents: A Day With Authors GenreCon 2008
Sarnia, ON – GenreCon, a free literary convention featuring several notable editors and authors, returns to Sarnia Library on Saturday, May 3rd.

Providing fans and local authors with the opportunity to talk with other genre fans and authors, GenreCon presents a wide range of panels on writing, reading and publishing genre fiction, including mystery, horror, fantasy and science fiction. There will also be book signings and sales.

“GenreCon provides a unique opportunity to talk with and learn from experienced authors and other fans of genre fiction,” said Jeffrey Beeler, Reference Librarian. “Our past participants speak highly of their experiences.”

The Guest of Honour, mystery author Rick Blechta, will be leading a discussion from 10 AM to 11 AM. A meet and greet reception will take place between 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Discussion panels take place from 12 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. with the following panelists: Guest of Honour and mystery writer Rick Blechta, mystery authors, Dennis Collins, and Terry Carroll, horror author Suzanne Church, fantasy author Caitlin Sweet, science fiction author Eric Choi and author and critic Jeff DeLuzio. Seating is limited; please contact the Reference Department at 519 337-3291 to reserve your seat.

The Sarnia Branch of the Lambton County Library is located at 124 Christina Street South, Sarnia, Ontario, one hour northeast of Detroit, Michigan on I-94 and one hour west of London, Ontario on Highway 402. GenreCon is part of The Need to Read Festival.

For more information respond to this post or contact:

Jeff Beeler or Ellen Dark,
Reference Librarians, Sarnia Branch Library
Lambton County
Telephone: 519 337-3291
Fax: 519 337-3041
email: infogenrecon@yahoo.ca
Wednesday, October 17th, 2007
4:55 pm
[jeffreyab]
The Sarnia Library Presents “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” a FREE Halloween Film
Sarnia, ON – The Sarnia Library Graphic Novel and Anime Club is presenting the classic cult musical film “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” on Monday, October 29th at 7:00 PM in the Library Theatre. Admission is free.

“The Rocky Horror Picture Show” started out as a live stage production, and was inspired by the classic movie, “Frankenstein” starring Boris Karloff. The story follows a young couple who take a wrong turn on their way home from a wedding and encounter a strange group of extraterrestrials called Transylvanians lead by Dr. Frank-N-Furter. The movie has been a favourite Friday midnight show for decades having been in continuous release since 1975. Long-time viewers yell catch phrases at the screen and dress up as their favourite characters from the movie. This has lead to numerous amateur reproductions often staged in front of the screen during the show. The movie examines life, death, infidelity, alternative sexuality and cannibalism. It has even been featured in an episode of the sitcom “The Drew Carey Show.” “This movie will provide a unique cultural experience for the people of Sarnia-Lambton,” says Reference Librarian Jeff Beeler.

This movie is rated Adult Accompaniment by the Ontario Film Review Board for sexuality, adult situations and partial nudity. Please call the Reference Department at 519 337-3291 for more information and to confirm your attendance.

Contact:

Jeffrey Allan Beeler
Reference Librarian, Sarnia Library
124 Christina Street South
Sarnia, Ontario, Canada N7T 8E1
Telephone: 519 337-3291
Email: jeffrey.beeler AT county-lambton.on.ca
Thursday, September 6th, 2007
3:53 pm
[jeffreyab]
From Forest to Dublin via Germany with Roslyn Fuller


Nineteen year old Roslyn Fuller took her earnings from her after school job in Forest, Ontario, moved to Germany and has never looked back. Her journey included studying and practicing law, writing a book, and working as a photo model. On Thursday, September 13th Fuller returns home for a book reading and signing at the Sarnia Library.

While studying law and preparing for the German Bar Exam, Fuller found time to write her first book, a science fiction novel, IZAK. The book reflects her interest in law and politics, particularly the area of human rights, and discusses the causes and effects of terrorism – transferred to a world of the future. Two very different characters, one a terrorist, the other a bureaucrat, encounter each other. One character is ruthless yet likeable, the other is distant yet thoughtful. Fuller will read from this novel, and sign copies of the book on Thursday, September 13th at 7pm in the Sarnia Library’s West Room.

Admission is free; however, please call the Reference Department at 519 337-3291 to register in advance.

Fuller currently works as a lawyer specializing in International Law and she continues to work on her doctorate at Trinity College, Dublin. Fuller is now writing a second book, Frustration of a Line.

For more information about Roslyn check our her website:

http://www.oz-books.com/authors.html
Tuesday, September 4th, 2007
10:47 am
[jeffreyab]
The Sarnia Library Presents “Cowboy Bebop” a FREE Anime Film
LIBRARIES, MUSEUMS & CULTURAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

Sarnia Library
124 Christina Street
Sarnia, ON N7T 8E1
Telephone: 519 337-3291
Fax: 519 337-3041
www.lclmg.org

NEWS RELEASE
Tuesday, September 04, 2007 For Immediate Release

The Sarnia Library Presents “Cowboy Bebop” a FREE Anime Film

Sarnia, ON – The Sarnia Library Graphic Novel and Anime Club is presenting the Japanese animated science fiction film “Cowboy Bebop” on Monday September 17th at 7:00 PM in the Library Theatre. Admission is free.

The Sarnia Library Graphic Novel and Anime Club usually meets on the second Monday of the month at 7 PM to talk about graphic novels, Japanese and other forms of animation, computer games and movies.

“Cowboy Bebop” is the story of a colourful group of bounty hunters searching for terrorists on a future version of the planet Mars. It is based on a popular television series of the same name which depicts life in a Solar System where interplanetary travel and genetic engineering are common.

The director Shinichiro Watanabe also worked on the short films “Kid's Story” and “A Detective Story” on the “Animatrix” DVD which was part of the “Matrix” movie series. Like the “Matrix” this movie asks the question “Are you living in a real world or an imagined reality?”

This movie is rated Adult Accompaniment by the Ontario Film Review Board for violence, and it also includes strong language, smoking and partial nudity. Please call the Reference Department at 519 337-3291 for more information or to confirm your attendance.

For more information about Lambton County, visit www.lambtononline.ca

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Contact:

Jeffrey Allan Beeler
Reference Librarian, Sarnia Library
124 Christina Street South
Sarnia, Ontario, Canada N7T 8E1
Telephone: 519 337-3291
Email: jeffrey.beeler@county-lambton.on.ca
Saturday, August 18th, 2007
11:18 am
[jeffreyab]
Sarnia Library Presents Free Film: “Spirited Away”
LIBRARIES, MUSEUMS & CULTURAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

Sarnia Library
124 Christina Street
Sarnia, ON N7T 8E1
Telephone: 519 337-3291
Fax: 519 337-3041
www.lclmg.org

NEWS RELEASE
Saturday, August 18, 2007 For Immediate Release

Sarnia Library Presents Free Film: “Spirited Away”

Sarnia, ON – To help celebrate the last Saturday afternoon of August, the Sarnia Library will present the animated movie, “Spirited Away” on Saturday August 25th at 2 PM in the Library Theatre.

This masterpiece by Hayao Miyazaki offers something for the whole family. The movie focuses on the life of a ten year old girl, Chihiro, and her family, who take a wrong turn on the way to their new home an become trapped in a magical land.

The film holds the record for having earned the biggest box office, before ever opening in America. Miyazaki is known for his attention to detail and original and entertaining stories. He has also directed the movies “Kiki’s Delivery Service,” “My Neighbor Totoro,” and “Princess Mononoke.” The film also features the voices of Daveigh Chase, Suzanne Pleshette, John Ratzenberger, and David Ogden Stiers.

Please call the Reference Department at 519 337-3291 for more information or to confirm your attendance. There is no admission for this presentation.

For more information about Lambton County, visit www.lambtononline.ca

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Contact:

Jeffrey Allan Beeler
Reference Librarian, Sarnia Library
124 Christina Street South
Sarnia, Ontario, Canada N7T 8E1
Telephone: 519 337-3291
Email: jeffrey.beeler@county-lambton.on.ca
Tuesday, July 17th, 2007
8:01 pm
[jeffreyab]
Free Science Fiction FIlm Festival COming:
LIBRARIES, MUSEUMS & CULTURAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

Sarnia Library
124 Christina Street
Sarnia, ON N7T 8E1
Telephone: 519 337-3291
Fax: 519 337-3041
www.lclmg.org

NEWS RELEASE Tuesday, July 17, 2007
For Immediate Release

The Sarnia Library Presents a FREE Science Fiction Film Festival

Sarnia, ON – The Sarnia Library is presenting a free science fiction film festival from Monday July 30th to Wednesday August 1st. The films will start each night at 7:00 PM and an optional discussion will follow immediately after the screening at Ups and Downs pub. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13 because of intense violence and action, images of destruction, language, some drug use and brief nudity. Please call the Reference Department at 519 337-3291 for more information or to confirm your attendance.

Monday July 30, 2007 "Metropolis" Directed by Tarô Rin
The nature of life and love, the rights of the down trodden and a father’s rejection are all examined in this visually rich animated movie set in a futuristic city. The movie, while inspired by the 1926 Fritz Lang classic, boldly sets its own course.

Tuesday July 31, 2007 "Serenity" Written and Directed by Joss Whedon
On the surface the creator of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” created a western set in space. However at its heart is the question, what is more important, personal freedom or a safe society? The movie showcases Whedon’s talent for writing snappy dialogue and creating interesting offbeat characters.

Wednesday August 1, 2007 "Children of Men" Directed by Alfonso Cuarón
This movie, starring Clive Owen, Julianne Moore and Michael Caine, is based on the science fiction novel by the noted mystery author P.D. James. It deals with what happens to the world after children stop being born. A scene with a crying baby takes on a whole new meaning. The movie is like a cross between Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” and the gritty “Blackhawk Down.”

For more information about Lambton County, visit www.lambtononline.ca

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Contact:

Jeffrey Allan Beeler
Reference Librarian, Sarnia Library
124 Christina Street South
Sarnia, Ontario, Canada N7T 8E1
Telephone: 519 337-3291
Saturday, June 23rd, 2007
6:58 pm
[kissface]
okay you know you're desperate when you post in this comm.

where the hell is somewhere to hang around here? i'm a ~teen~ (LOLOL) and just wanna lounge around and eat stuff with friends but everyone has boring houses.

sarnia, WHAT DO I DO?

coffee lodge = too expensive
mall = too annoying
mcdonalds = too fat

halpz
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