Families

Event: Reading Tails

Talini, the therapy dog
Start Date: 
December 3rd 2011

Read a good tale to a furry friend with a real tail! Children enjoy a 20 minute reading session with Talini, the St. John Ambulance Therapy dog.

Event: Holiday storytime

Start Date: 
December 13th 2011

Join us for 3 great Christmas stories, a felt story, rhymes, and songs. 'Tis the season!

Ages 2-5 ideal (plus caregiver), although all ages are welcome.

Event: Tree Trimming Party

Start Date: 
December 3rd 2011

Drop by between 2 and 4 p.m. to create paper ornaments for our Christmas tree.

The Results are in and we have our winners!!

 

Event: Documentary Night: Mad City Chickens

Start Date: 
November 28th 2011

Mad City Chickens is a sometimes serious, sometimes whimsical look at the people who keep urban chickens in their backyards.

Event: Reading with young adult author Andy Sibbald

Start Date: 
December 3rd 2011

The Parksville library is excited to present young adult author Andy Sibbald reading from his latest book Ishigaq: Following Nipster’s Dream.

Event: Spinning and Weaving Demonstrations

Start Date: 
November 15th 2011

2 members from the Tzouhalem Spinners and Weavers Guild will share information about weaving techniques and demonstrate their art. Drop-in attendance.

Event: Baby Rhyme Time

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Babytime is for children aged newborn to 17 months. We provide a safe and friendly atmosphere for you to engage with your baby and other parents.

Event: Winter Rhyme Time

Start Date: 
December 8th 2011

Bring your littlest ones to the library for a winter themed story time. We will meet in the Nell Horth Room. Stay for refreshments, social time and an easy winter craft. Ages 0-5.

Event: Downloadable Books

Start Date: 
November 19th 2011
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November 26th 2011

On Saturdays in November learn about the downloadable books available at the Vancouver Island Regional Library.

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