News & Events
Historical Fiction Book Club
Historical Fiction fans, join us. Teresa Eckford, Sechelt Library Staff member and Historical Fiction aficionado guides the group. Contact Teresa for more information.
NEXT MEETING: February 25, 2019 – Our book for this month is Blood of Flowers by Anita Amirrezvani. If you have any questions, please email Teresa (firstname.lastname@example.org)
FALL 2018 BOOKS: September 2018 book: Goodnight from London by Jennifer Robson ; October 2018 book: Helena by Evelyn Waugh ; November 2018 book: River of darkness by Rennie Airth
January 15, 2018 The Stonehenge Letters by Harry Karlinsky
“NEW” Beginner Computer Class
Every week you will work through an online course on basic computer skills at your own pace, with our Technology Education Coordinator available when you need help. You can bring your own laptop or borrow one of the library’s laptops. This program has been made possible by the District of Sechelt’s Community Investment Program.
Tuesdays: Feb 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th; March 5th, 12th from 11am-12:30pm in the Teen Area at the Sechelt Library.
All programs are free. Please call the library (604-885-3260), visit the library, or email email@example.com to register.
Youth Maker Space – for Youth ages 10-18.
Come to the library after school on Tuesdays. We have iPads and laptops for homework and games, robotics and programming materials, art supplies, and a large room just for youth to pursue your interests.
Tuesdays Jan 8th-June 25th (excluding Spring break: March 19th & 26th) See full list of dates below.
In the Community Room – registration not required.
Tech Drop-in with Technology Education Coordinator, Sam…
Upcoming Tech Drop-in dates: