Coffee Connections are morning Zoom meetings to chat and connect casually face to face, debrief conference topics or just hang out at our annual education advocacy conference, held September 17th to 23rd online. This special coffee connection features a live reading of Harman Pandher’s children’s book, by the author – bring your kids!

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Saturday, September 19th

930 am Coffee connection – Harman Pandher

This special coffee connection features Harman Pandher reading his new children’s book, Gurpreet goes to Gurdwara.

Image of book cover of Gurpreet Goes to Gurdwara

Harman (Harmohanjit) Singh Pandher is a public, elementary school teacher born in Vancouver and raised in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree (English Literature) and a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of British Columbia. From 2011 to 2018, he was elected to two consecutive terms as a School Board Trustee on the Burnaby Board of Education. Harman is the author of Sugar, Steel and the Maple Leaf: the poems of a young Sikh Canadian. He is the founder of SONG Creative Mentorship Association of Greater Vancouver: a non-profit society focused on providing youth with mentorship in the arts and opportunities for community service. He lives in Burnaby with his family, including his dog, Wicket. Harman can be contacted at

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