Join host Nejmah Guermoudi for a guided Sewing Clinic at the Library. Machines provided, bring your projects. Registration not required.
Interested in reading and discussing well-written books? Join our monthly Zoom meetings. For more information contact Nan at email@example.com or 250-221-1651. May 26, 2022 Seven Fallen Feathers by Tanya Talaga
What’s a StoryWalk? StoryWalk® is a self-guided supported-activity that allows children and adults to enjoy reading and outdoor activity at the same time. Every weekend, laminated pages from a children's book is attached to signs, These signs are then sequentially installed from the front of the Library, down the street, then though Mouat Park toward […]
Tara will describe her investigation of how environmental factors influence responses to forest bathing in B.C. parks and other forested areas. She will also share an opportunity for volunteers to contribute to a community science project by collecting environmental measurements in B.C. forests. This event is co-sponsored by Salt Spring Trail and Nature Club. Email: […]
Saturday May 28th at 1PM - Margriet Ruurs Ages 2-7 in the Community Program Room Join local award-winning author Margriet Ruurs for a reading and art activity. Every week for 4 weeks, join us for a reading and/or activity featuring local authors and educators. Contact us if you have any questions. Drop-in events, registration is […]
Join us in the community program room to play Bridge! All are welcome.
Join us as we read and discuss the bestselling anthology All We Can Save edited by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine Wilkinson. The anthology centres voices that are often unheard in the climate movement and blends writings from a diverse selection of essayists with art and poetry. Engage in dialogue about the climate crisis while […]
Curtis Leblancis a poet and writer residing in Vancouver, BC. His debut novel, Sunsetter, is forthcoming from ECW in March 2023. He is the author of Little Wild (Nightwood, 2018) and Birding in the Glass Age of Isolation (Nightwood, 2020). He is the recipient of the Readers’ Choice Award in the Arc Poem of the […]