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Memoirs & More Group is now FULL. To be added to a waitlist, please call the library at 604-886-2130.
A writing group that meets every other Tuesday for a combination of writing exercises, prompts, sharing and discussion.
Each session is facilitated by a different member of the group.
All levels welcome.
Attendance at all winter sessions (Oct 29-Jan 28) encouraged.
Coordinated by Dennise Dombroski.
Learn to knit or crochet your own special project with the experts from “Knitting a Community”. All levels of experience welcome though priority will be given to beginners. All materials and expertise provided. For grades 3-12. Space is limited though so register early.
Join us on Wednesdays starting January 15
10:15 – 11:00 am
Bouncing Babies is a free, weekly drop-in program for 0-2 year olds and their caregivers.
Join us each week starting January 15 for songs, stories, games, tea, and time together. Come join us on Wednesdays from 11:15 to noon for stories and songs, finger plays and fun!
Preschool Storytime is a free, weekly drop-in program for 2 to 5 year olds and their caregivers.
Share 5 minutes of poetry, prose or song on whatever moves you! Sign up in advance by calling the library (604-886-2130) or sign up at the event.
Come play bridge!
Thursdays from January 9 to March 26, 2020.
For players who already know the basics of bridge.
Learn to code Lego Mindstorms and complete challenges on the official FIRST LEGO LEAGUE ‘Into Orbit’ challenge board. This is a 8 week program that will continue meeting each week until March Break.
For grades 4-8.
Space is limited though so register early.
Drop in Friday mornings from 10 – noon to talk with Tyler Hubscher from RainCity Housing.
- Housing support
- Camping provisions
- Naloxone training
- Drug checking
- Recovery support
- Shelter referrals
Contact Tyler for info on other Sechelt and Gibsons drop-in locations!
To get in touch with Tyler, call/text 604.989.5179 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For ages 12+
“Let’s work together to write in voices—familiar, unexpected, and sometimes strange.
Let’s talk about what it means to be different.
Let’s reach people with words.”
About the instructor:
ARUSHI RAINA grew up in South Africa and has also lived in India, Egypt, Nigeria, the US, UK, and most recently, in Vancouver Canada. Her debut novel, When Morning Comes is set in apartheid South Africa and explores the lives of four very different teens on the brink of a youth uprising. She likes flawed characters, escapes, and sentences that make you stop and wonder.
ARUSHI RAINA grew up in South Africa and has also lived in India, Egypt, Nigeria, the US, UK, and most recently, in Vancouver, Canada. Her debut novel, When Morning Comes is set in apartheid South Africa and explores the lives of four very different teens on the brink of a youth uprising. She likes flawed characters, escapes, and sentences that make you stop and wonder.
Everyone is welcome to attend the author talk, “The Soweto Youth Uprising in Fact and Fiction,” where Arushi provides glimpses of apartheid South Africa through pictures, fiction and facts, followed by a discussion on how moments in the stories and histories echo with current events in Canada and internationally.