FILE - Stuart McLean, host of CBC Radio’s The Vinyl Cafe, is shown in Stirling, Ont. in a 2007photo. McLean concedes carting "The Vinyl Cafe" from city to city, often performing for days on end without a break can be somewhat draining. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Belleville Intelligencer/ Luke Hendry

Peachland Library to commemorate Stuart McLean

McLean’s work will be available to borrow and there will be a draw to win a box set of The Vinyl Café stories

The Peachland Library will celebrate Stuart McLean’s contribution to Canadian literature and culture. A variety of his works will be available to borrow and there will be a prize draw to win a boxed set of The Vinyl Café stories. The draw will be on Feb. 28.

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This program is intended for adults and will take place Feb. 1 at 11 a.m. at the Peachland Branch of the Okanagan Library.

McLean was a Canadian radio broadcaster, humorist, monologist, author, and host of the CBC Radio program The Vinyl Café.

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