The Sechelt Public Library Association will hold its Annual General Meeting on Saturday February 22, 2020 at 10am in the library’s Community Meeting Room. All persons 18 years and over, carrying a valid Sechelt Public Library card, who are residents/taxpayers in the library’s service area (DoS, SIGD, Areas A, B, and D) are voting members of the association. Trustees will be elected at this meeting.
First 2020 Book Faire: Mar 6-8
All dates/donation info on FoL page. No Sunday donations.
Youth Drop-in – Maker Space
Come every Tuesday afternoon to enjoy a rotation of different activities – for ages 10-18. Enjoy your choice of Video games, programming, robotics, iPads, arts and crafts and more.
Weekly on Tuesdays 3pm-5pm – Jan 21st, February 18
PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL NOT BE A YOUTH DROP-IN ON February 25th.
Thursday Tech Drop-in with Technology Education Coordinator, Sam/Talia…
Join the Spanish Café, a guided group for conversational Spanish. Every second Thursday, from 4:30-5:30pm, starting January 9.
Register by calling 604-885-3260.
Historical Fiction Book Club
Teresa Eckford, Sechelt Library Staff member and Historical Fiction aficionado, guides the group.
Monday Jan 20, 2020 – A work of historical fiction new to you – come with a brief summary
Monday Feb 24, 2020 – The White Angel, John Maclachlan Gray (title / author details)
Monday Mar 16, 2020 – House of Thieves, Charles Belfoure (title / author details)
City of Women by David Gillham (Oct 2017) ; The Winter Palace: a novel of Catherine the Great by Eva Stachniak (Nov 2017) ; The Stonhenge Letters by Harry Karlinsky (Jan 2018) ; The Many Lives and Secret Sorrows of Josephine B by Sandra Gulland (Feb 2018) ; The Emperor’s Spy by M.C. Scott (Mar 2018); Sarum – Part I by Edward Rutherfurd (Apr 2018); Sarum – Part II by Edward Rutherfurd ( May 2018); Goodnight from London by Jennifer Robson (Sept 2018); Helena by Evelyn Waugh (Oct 2018); River of Darkness by Rennie Airth (Nov 2018); Blood of Flowers by Anita Amirrezvani (Feb 2019), Caleb’s Crossing by Geraldine Brooks (Mar 2019), The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah (Apr 2019), An Officer and a Spy by Robert Harris (May 2019) ; At the edge of the Orchard by Tracy Chevalier ; To defy a King by Elizabeth Chadwick ; Last Days of Night by Graham Moore
Come in and check out our selection of material celebrating
Black History Month 2020!
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Dungeons and Dragons has been cancelled for February
D&D is on hiatus for the next month. Watch this space for its return.