Upcoming events at the library

Upcoming library events in Vanderhoof this week, as well as for the winter

Pro-D Day Movie Showing

Asterix: The Mansions of the Gods

1:30 pm Friday, Oct. 23

Preschoolers must be accompanied by an adult

Feel free to bring snacks and enjoy the show

 

Wilderness Author Reading

7:00 pm, Friday October 23

Chris Czajkowski stops at Vanderhoof on her northern book tour

Working single-handedly, Chris has built two cabins in the wilderness. She is now building her final dream home on an abandoned homestead close to Nuk Tessli’s mountains.

She continues to write, draw, paint, take photographs, and generally be creative. For news of her books, artwork, and adventures, visit her blog: www.wildernessdweller.ca

 

Boys Book Club

Ages 9-11

3:30 to 4:30 pm Nov. 26, Jan 29, February 25

We will play some games and talk about the book we just read.

Register now at the Library 567-4060 or jennifer@vanderhooflibrary.com

 

Lego Club

A fun drop-in program for school aged children

We have the Lego, you bring the ideas and build your own creations

3:00 to 4:00 pm Nov 3 and 17, Dec 1 and 15,

Jan 5 and 19, Feb 2 and 16

Children must be accompanied by an adult at all Lego clubs

 

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