The weather outside is frightful, but the library is so delightful!
By ASHLEY MACHUM
It’s raining! It’s snowing! It’s too c-c-c-cold outside! Come down to the Kelowna branch library, it’s cozy and we’ve got something for everyone in the family. Get ready for the holiday season with these activities: — Christmas Puppet Show, One Snowy Night recommended for kids ages 3-6. Advance tickets are required for all attending the shows on Wednesday, December 12 at 6:30pm, Thursday, December 13 at 11:00am or Friday, December 14 at 11:00am. Free tickets are available starting November 26 at the Children’s Information Desk. — Free Family Movie Matinee of The Polar Express on Sunday, December 16 at 1:00pm. — Get excited for the premier of The Hobbit by
watching The Lord of the Rings trilogy at the library December 10-12 at 7:00pm. Stay warm in the New Year with these programs: — Babytimes, Toddlertimes, Preschool Storytimes and Pyjama
Storytimes galore for children newborn to six years old! See our website or phone for days and times. — *NEW Sunday Book Parties (7-12 years) Play games, make
crafts and answer trivia about your favourite books! First program in 2013 is on January 13: Big Nate Party from 1:00-2:00pm.
— *NEW Book Club & Movie Club for Kids (8-12 years) Like to read? Come to Book Club. Like to watch movies? Come to Movie Club. Like to read and watch movies? Come to both! First 2013 ti- tle is Fantastic Mr.Fo
x by Roald Dahl.Bo
ok Club Thursday, January 31 at 6:30pm.Mo
vie Club Thursday, February 7 at 6:00pm. — Lego Builders (6-12 years) Build Lego creations around a theme. “To the rescue” is the first theme in 2013 on Thursday, January 24.Th
ere are two times to choose from 3:30- 4:30pm or 6:30-7:30pm. Registration opens on January 10. — Operation Egg Drop returns by popular demand
for the Pro-D Day on February 15 at 2:00pm. Kids will design protection for an egg that will be dropped from the second floor of the library! The egg drop will be followed by an egg-cellent movie. Registration re- quired.
— March Break Madness will be running from March 11-22.Th
e library will be offering FREE movie
matinees, Lego builders, a cartooning workshop and more! Don’t worry parents, there are plenty of programs for you too! Look on our website www.orl.bc.ca/branches/kelowna
or call 250- 762-2800 for more information about book club, movie nights, au- thor visits and more! Ashley Machum is youth services librarian at the Kelowna branch of Okanagan Regional Library.
The Central Okanagan Teachers' Association appreciates all of the challenges and the joys of raising children – many of us are parents too.We would like all of the families in School District 23 to know that we feel honoured and privileged to be able to participate in the lives of their children. We understand the trust that you put into us every day and we want you to know that teachers care!
#210 – 1751 Harvey Ave., Kelowna
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