Closed for Easter Weekend
The library will be closed on Good Friday, April 2nd and Saturday, April 3rd for the Easter long weekend. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Comics presentation was great!
Jay from Happy Harbor Comics and his two helpers did a fantastic job of enlightening us on the world of comics, while providing us with some stunning artwork - thanks again! We are also very thankful to the Vermilion Standard for their coverage and great article on the event. The kids had lots of questions and comments throughout the presentation, and were very enthusiastic.
The Month of Lambs and Lions
Coming in March, we are pleased to partner with Midwest Family Connections once again to offer "The Power of Positive Parenting". I (Geraldine) will take the stage on the 18th to help get you started with "Overdrive", our new virtual library. Parents of babies, toddlers and preschoolers are welcome to join Carmen for Rhyme Time on Thursday mornings. Finally, Computers for Novices will begin again on March 16th, allowing anyone struggling with their computer to enter spring with 'new li...
Canada Reads 2010
CBC Canada Reads has announced the five novels to be debated this year between March 8th to 12th. Get a head start on your anticipated favorite by ordering it from TRACpac: Good to a Fault by Marina Endicott Nikolski by Nicolas Dickner Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture by Douglas Coupland The Jade Peony by Wayson Choy Fall on Your Knees by Ann-Marie MacDonald
Be sure to check out our event calendar for a list of upcoming programs, including Infant Massage, our Bookend Bash, Kids Connection, Rhyme Time, Simplifying Personal Directives, Google Your World!, the Genelogy Interest Group, and "The Art of Comics".
Thank You and Merry Christmas
Stop by the library on Tuesday, December 15th to warm up with a cup of hot cider and a cookie. It's our way of saying "thanks" for your patronage and Merry Christmas!
Time again for the Mathieu Da Costa Challenge
The annual Matheu Da Costa Challenge is sponsored by Canada's Department of Citizenship and Immigration, and is designed to encourage children and youth to create works of art or language that express Canadian values, diversity and multiculturalism. This year's grand prize is a trip to Ottawa, and other prizes are available. See their website for many more details, including who Mathieu Da Costa was!
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