Keremeos library summer reading club is back for another summer

Last Friday Summer Reading Club members participated in a “walk through the ages"

RDOS Solid Waste Coordinator Cameron Baughen hands out worms to Malachi Donovan and Riley Snooke during his presentation at the library on Friday

Last Friday Summer Reading Club members participated in a “walk through the ages,” featuring First People, the Fur Trade, Settlement of Newcomers and Modern Times.

Bob McAtamney and Dave Cursons, lately of The Heritage Players at The Grist Mill led the session Friday morning  at The Keremeos Library.

Both presenters are long-time members of The Cawston Players Club and the club was awarded a $50 donation from the library.

The “walk through the ages” program was developed by Similkameen Family Literacy supported by Provincial Gaming Proceeds.

 

The Keremeos Library Summer Reading Club presents “Eat Dirt” with Cameron Baughen on Friday, July 25 at 10 a.m., Magician Leif David  for a “funny business” Magic Show on Friday, August 8 at 10 a.m. and Trixie the Clown on Friday, August 22 at 10 a.m.

 

 

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