Library Programs

Posted on Monday June 05, 2017 at 12:21PM

Shari Narine, is an award-winning journalist from Edmonton. She has served as editor for newspapers and magazines and she currently works at the Aboriginal Multi-Media Society (AMMSA), Playhouse Publications.  Her first book, called Oil Change at Rath’s Garage, was released mid-May. She will be at the Stuart MacPherson Public Library on Tuesday, June 20th to showcase her book.

Maker Mondays is a program for all ages that runs from 3-5pm at the main branch.  We alternate between two programs: Creativity Zone where you use our Snap Circuits and plan 3D printing projects and our Lego Club.

The last Roaming Rhyme Time until the fall will be held on Tuesday, June 13th at the Festival Centre starting at 10:30am.  This free program is designed for 0-5 years old who must be accompanied by a caregiver.  The hosts are the Lac La Biche County Libraries and Parent Link. No registration is required and Remote Circulation will be available.

Rhyme Time runs on Thursdays starting at 10:30am in the ATB Room.  This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and Parent Link is designed for ages 0 to 5 and their caregivers.

Paper Crafts & More runs on Fridays in the ATB Room at the main branch from 10am-4:30pm.  This program is for tweens & up with all scrapbooking materials provided at no charge.  This is a self-lead drop in program with staff assistance as required.

Celebrate Canada’s 150 with us by participating in our 2017 TD Summer Reading Club. Registration has already started and you can drop by the main branch to pick up your package or fill in our convenient online form.  Whoever reads the most titles in July and August will have a chance to win exciting prizes.  Reading logs are available at the main branch or you can submit the online form by August 31st.  Click here to see the complete listing of events being held on Wednesdays during the summer.

Author: Stuart MacPherson Public Library


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