Creemore Springs Brewery
• 139 Mill Street • CREEMORE, ON
| Show Starts: 7:00PM
Featuring: Mark Howard, Michael Barclay, Brent Preston
Tickets may still be available at the event, other ticket outlets, or the box office.
Event type: Licensed
Creemore Springs Brewery and Curiosity House Books is pleased to host our next session of Beer & Books on Wednesday May 15th from 7pm to 9pm. We welcome Grammy-award winning record producer Mark Howard and National Magazine Award nominated music journalist Michael Barclay in conversation with Brent Preston. Tickets are $20 and available at both Cremore Springs Brewery and Curiosity House Books and include beer and food tastings. Books available for purchase.
Mark Howard Bio:
Born in Manchester, England, Mark Howard is a Canadian record producer, engineer, and mixer. He has worked with Neil Young, R.E.M., Willie Nelson, Peter Gabriel, U2, the Neville Brothers, Tom Waits, Lucinda Williams, Emmylou Harris, Marianne Faithfull, and the Tragically Hip, among many others. He currently lives in Burlington, Ontario. His new book "Listen Up!" will be released May 14th.
Michael Barclay Bio:
Michael Barclay has worked for Maclean’s, CBC Radio’s Brave New Waves, and Exclaim! He co-authored Have Not Been the Same: The CanRock Renaissance 1985–1995, which told the stories of the Tragically Hip, Blue Rodeo, k.d. lang, and dozens more. He lives in Toronto, Ontario. His book "The Never-Ending Present" is a bestseller and is now available in paperback.
Brent Preston Bio:
Brent Preston worked as a human rights investigator, aid worker, election observer and journalist on four continents before finding his true calling as a farmer. In 2003 he and his wife, Gillian Flies, abandoned successful careers in Toronto, packed up their two young children, and moved to a run-down farm outside Creemore, Ontario. Since then, they have built The New Farm into a thriving business and a leading light in the good food movement, providing organic vegetables to some of the best restaurants in Canada. Preston speaks often on food and farming issues, and writes for the Huffington Post.
Cutoff is Wednesday, May 15, 2019 4:44 pm EST unless it sells out earlier.