Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Prince Rupert Library taking registrations for Winter programs in January

One of the best values for parents on the North Coast are the programs offered by the Prince Rupert Library, with the Sixth Avenue West location hosting a range of FREE activities for youngsters through the month of January.

Tales for Two's is a reading program provided for Two year olds and their parents or care givers.

While Story Hour takes reading up a level with books of interest to those that are between three and five years of age.

Both Programs take place from January 17th to March 9th

The Library is also hosting the Create-and-Make Winter Program which will be starting up on Thursday afternoons from 3:15 to 4:30 PM, it is a free drop-in program that is open to everyone from Grades 1 through six.

You can register for the programs in person at the Library, or call in to register or get more information at 250-627-1345

With the Christmas and New Year's period now here, the Holiday hours for the Library are as follows:

December 24 to 27 Closed
December 28 to 30 Open Regular Hours
December 31 to January 2 Closed
January 3 Regular Library Schedule resumes

You can find out more about the services and programs available through the Prince Rupert Library from their website and Facebook page.

For more items related to community events on the North Coast see our archive page here.

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