Join us  on Sunday, January 28th for an afternoon of storytelling by the talented and award – winning David Bouchard.  Métis raconteur David Bouchard is Canada’s most sought after public speaker.  Based in Victoria but Saskatchewan born and raised, David speaks to audiences the world over in both English and French.

When:  2:00pm on Jan. 28th. 2018
Where: Edward Milne Community School – Sooke Community Theatre (6218 Sooke Road)
More info: David Bouchard Poster – schools

To reserve a seat and get your free ticket, please contact your community school office or the EMCS program office at 250-642-6371 or rvasey@sd62.bc.ca.

An acclaimed author of children's books, David Bouchard is also a champion of literacy. This former teacher and school principal has written more than 50 books in English and in French. Many of them combine poetry, prose and visual arts, and explore topics such as the environment, history and the traditions and cultures of Canada & Aboriginal communities.

Also a storyteller and sought after public speaker, he has traveled across the country to
promote the importance and joy of reading and writing. In his presentations to children,
parents and teachers, he addresses his own struggles with dyslexia. Proud of his Métis
heritage, he is a former president of the Métis Nation of Greater Victoria and continues to serve as a community leader. ~ taken from the investiture ceremony of the Order of
Canada, 2009.

David Bouchard Poster – schools