Concerts in the Round: Hawksley Workman

Tuesday, 27 December 2016

The fourth floor of the Hamilton Public Library's central branch is my go-to place for a lot of things: I've held meetings and events there. It's where I most-often do my freelance work. I've toured the Circuit, the library's collaborative creative space. However, until a week and a half ago, I hadn't attended an the space's music series, Concerts in the Round, which has boasted performances by Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, The Sadies, and 54-40.

Most recently, the HPL hosted one of my favourite musicians, who is also now a published children's book author, Hawksley Workman. Workman's book, Almost a Full Moon, is based on the lyrics of a song from his holiday album, also called Almost a Full Moon. It was released by Tundra Books in September.

HPL's Concerts in the Round series is a chance to see musicians in an intimate venue in a unique downtown space, complete with brews from Collective Arts. (Seriously, drinking beer in the library: It's Jes heaven). I can't wait to see who they announce next.


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