Cooking Guru Lucy Waverman Launches New Keep Toronto Reading Event

           Vino, Vin, Vino: Exploring the Love and Language of Wine

    TORONTO, Jan. 30 /CNW/ - In celebration of the most romantic month of the
year, join Toronto Public Library and the LCBO for a new literary reading and
wine tasting series. Hear a renowned author and an LCBO product consultant
share their experiences and expertise of the place and the palate. Then
following the discussion, take a guided wine tasting in a unique and intimate
exploration of the region's wine and stories - All in the intimate atmosphere
of some of Toronto's most interesting and elegant libraries.
    The discussion component of the events is free. Limited tickets for the
guided wine tasting will be available for purchase at the Library branch prior
to the event. Tickets are available in person only, at the hosting branch, for
$25. Tickets not available at the door.

    Series Detail:

    Wines of Italy: Hosted by Lucy Waverman and featuring Gianna Patriarca,
    author of Italian Women and Other Tragedies.
    Yorkville Branch, 22 Yorkville Avenue, 416-393-7660
    February 7, 7 - 9 p.m.

    Wines of France: Featuring Kate Taylor, author of Mme Proust and the
    Kosher Kitchen
    Lillian H. Smith, 239 College Street, 416-393-7746
    February 15, 7 - 9 p.m.

    Wines of South America: Featuring Margarita Feliciano, author of Ventana
    Sodre Elmar/Window on the Sea
    Bayview Branch, Bayview Village Shopping Centre, 2901 Bayview Avenue,
    February 22, 7 - 9 p.m.

    These three events are part of Keep Toronto Reading, Toronto Public
Library's city-wide, month-long celebration of the joy of reading. Vino, Vin,
Vino is presented in partnership with the LCBO.

    Keep Toronto Reading is a month-long celebration of the joy of reading.
Throughout February, the Toronto Public Library hosts programs, events and
activities across the city, featuring prominent literary talent and well-known
personalities. For a complete listing of events, please visit

    Toronto Public Library is North America's busiest public library system.
Every week over 325,000 people visit our 99 branches and borrow more than half
a million items. To learn more about Toronto Public Library, visit our website
at or call Answerline at 416-393-7131.

For further information:

For further information: Edward Karek, Communications Officer, (416)

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