Meet the Author: Ted Rowe

Date: May 22
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Where: Theatre

Join author Ted Rowe as he discusses his latest captivating book, Mischief in High Places: The Life and Times of Sir Richard Squires. Delve into the spectacular career and personal life of the man who, in 1919, was elected Prime Minister of Newfoundland. This work focus’ on his political triumphs, scandals, and the erosion of democracy.

About the Author
Ted Rowe grew up in Heart’s Content, NL. He is a graduate of Memorial University, Dalhousie University, and the University of Western Ontario. After teaching at Memorial in the 1970s, he had a thirty-year career in real estate and has been active in a number of community organizations. Along the way he and his wife Maureen raised a family of five sons. The Greatest Newfoundlander was shortlisted for the Shaughnessy Cohen award for political writing by the Writer’s Trust of Canada in 2018.

This is a free program but tickets are required.  Reserve your free ticket online or by calling (709)-757-8090.

Presented in partnership with Breakwater Books. Books will be available for sale in The Rooms Giftshop.


Events & Programs

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Kickstart your weekend by joining us at The Rooms! Spend Saturday mornings with your little ones in our charming Harbour View Room. It's a delightful opportunity for unguided playtime amidst a variety of toys and books tailored for toddlers aged 2 to 4.

There's no need to pre-register; simply pay your admission at The Rooms front desk and then drop in anytime between 10 am and noon and let the weekend festivities commence! 

While the activities are designed for children aged 2 to 4, younger kids are more than welcome. Caregivers are required to accompany their children throughout the session. Our program room can accommodate up to 20 adults with their little ones, but if it's full, caregivers are encouraged to step back momentarily to allow space for others to join in the fun.

The Playdate is included in the cost of admission. Free for Rooms Members. 

With support from Tom and Susan (Kent) Foran Family Foundation.