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Peace Dancer StoryWalk®

Join us for an outdoor StoryWalk® at the Comox library from September 1 - October 2! The story is Peace …

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StoryWalk® at the Museum – “We’re Going on a Leaf Hunt”

Join us for an outdoor StoryWalk® at the Sooke Region Museum September 21-October 2! Enjoy the fresh air, physical activity …

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Tinkercad Challenge – Halloween Phone Holder

Need a new cellphone stand? Design it! Build your own STL file in TINKERCAD and submit your design to the …

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Pirate Scavenger Hunt

Ahoy Matey! Arrr ye a book-a-neer? Stop by the library anytime this month to participate in our Pirate Scavenger hunt! …

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Nature Art Challenge

Celebrate the changing season with our Nature Art Challenge. Open to ALL AGES. You could win a Hibernation Kit. Gather …

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Smartphone Photography for Tweens

Do you enjoy taking photos with your phone camera???  Want to become a better photographer???  Learn the basic principles of …

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Port Hardy Storytime

  • September 25 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am
    |Recurring Event (See all)

    An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until October 30, 2021

  • Branch: Port Hardy
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Drop in our library at 10 AM every day (Tues-Sat) to enjoy songs, rhymes, stories, and much more! Everyone is …

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Millstone River

Billy-Ray Belcourt, S F Ho, and Manuel Axel Strain at Bowen Park

Join us for a special event featuring Billy-Ray Belcourt, S F Ho, and Manuel Axel Strain starting at 2pm in …

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Sea & Cedar Magazine – Call for Submissions

The Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL) is once again seeking submissions of short fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry and artwork for the second issue of …

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