Vanderhoof library programs

Come and sign up for the fall 2012 programs at Vanderhoof public library.

Come and sign up for the fall 2012 programs at Vanderhoof public library.

Rhymes and Songs – for parents and children from 0 months to 35 months old. Parents, babies, and young children will learn interactive rhymes, stories and songs for use at home, snack provided. Begins Tues. Sept. 18th continues for 7 weeks beginning Sept. 18th. Please pre-register

Storytime – for Children from 3 to 5 years old. Stories and interactive rhymes are designed to nurture your child’s love of books. Begins Thurs. Sept. 20th, continues for 7 weeks. Please pre-register

Wiggles n’ Giggles – is a fun and casual program for children ages 2-4 incorporating music and movement with stories and games. Beginning Tues. Nov. 27th 10:30 – 11:00am Drop-In

Lego Club – We have the Lego, you bring the ideas, a  drop-in program that’s fun for all ages. Begins Tues. Oct. 9th 3:30-4:30pm

Do You Enjoy Reading, Talking about books, Meeting People? The Library has two adult book clubs

Brown Bag Book Club – This group meets between 12:05 and 1:00pm every third Thursday Oct. through May. You are encouraged to bring your lunch.  First meeting Thurs. Oct. 4th 12:05-1:00pm

Adult Evening Book Club – This group meets every third Tuesday Oct. through May at 7:00 to 9:00pm First meeting Tues. Oct. 16, 7:00-9:00pm

Copies of the book being read each month will be provided by the library.


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