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Start your week off with focus and mindfulness. A 10 minute guided meditation will be offered at precisely 12:40pm. Doors open at 12:30pm, and you are welcome to stay until 1:00pm, to sit in contemplative silence.
Starts Monday, October 2, running until Monday December 4.
FAKE News – Believe It or Not! With Sean Eckford from the Coast Reporter and Sechelt Library staff. In this world of FAKE News it’s difficult to know what to believe.
In this program, a young reader is matched with a leader who will help them read books and write, to improve their literacy level.
Join Sechelt Library staff member and genealogy enthusiast, Teresa Eckford, on Thursday, October 26th and learn how to find those long lost relatives using Ancestry Library Edition. Feel free to bring your family tree, your computer, tablet, or a notebook and pen, along with any questions you may have. There will be a forty-five minute presentation followed by a 1.25 hour workshop.
To register, please call the library at 604-885-3260 or drop in.
Canadian Library Month – A community celebration
Celebrate your local library and find out what’s happening with the Sechelt Library. Margaret Hodgins, chief librarian and Ann Hopkins, Board chair, will present the updated plans for the renovation, the library campaign, and other news. Refreshments and treats will be served. 4pm-6pm. Presentation at 5pm.
- Saturday Storytime! Children of all ages are welcome to join Sophie as she shares stories, songs, rhymes and fingerplays. Our goal is for everyone to have fun while nurturing your child’s love of books and the library. A wonderful way for a family to spend time together most Saturday mornings from 10:30 – 11:00am!
Tickets available at the Sechelt Library, the Sechelt Visitor Centre (cash or cheque only), and online at Share-There.
Join us and listen to music, dine, bid on items in the Silent Auction, and hear Kara Stanley recount the story of her husband Simon Paradis’ paralyzing accident and the role music played before and during his continuing recovery.