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St Benedict Public Library
Friday Dec 6 - 6:30 Christmas Carolling (depending on the weather)
Come and join the fun
Tuesday Dec 10 - 1:30 Laughter Yoga, coffee and small gift exchange
( something homemade, something baked)
Tuesday Jan 14 - 1:30 Chair dancing, coffee, and games
Friday Jan 24 - 6:30 Games night
Nipawin Public Library
is having a used book sale Sat Dec.7th from 1 to 4pm.
Wednesday Dec 18, at 7pm in the Dr. Alex Wright room there will be a reading by Bill Blum from his new books as well as Oren Robison
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Wapiti Regional Library
145 - 12th Street East
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Fax: (306) 922-1516
Hours of Operation - Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5:30pm
The TD Summer Reading Club is a free and inclusive bilingual program of Canadian public libraries that strives to engage all children in the joy of reading during the summer months. This program is developed by Toronto Public Library in partnership with Library and Archives Canada, and is made possible by generous sponsorship from TD Bank Group.
The club aims to:
- connect families with books and public libraries
- build children's confidence in and excitement about reading
- help children retain reading skills over the summer
- champion Canadian writers and illustrators
- deliver free incentives and fun, accessible library activities
- inspire a sense of adventure and wonder, nurture children's imaginations and celebrate their accomplishments
Children who register for the TD Summer Reading Club at their local library receive free interactive print materials and are encouraged to earn nine collectible stickers by reading over the summer. They are also invited to participate in programs organized at their local library and share their love of reading with children across the country through the TD Summer Reading club website.
Every year a theme is selected from suggestions made across the country. Supporting materials for the program are developed by a team of children's librarians from Toronto Public Library with the francophone component developed by librarians from Ottawa, Quebec City and Montreal.
For more information about the value of summer reading, see Library and Archives Canada's Literature Review on the Impact of Summer Reading Clubs.