Read a spooky story while enjoying nature with our Halloween StoryWalk®. Visit anytime during the week. A StoryWalk® is an outdoor walk where a book’s pages have been posted along the trail. Families can read the book together as they enjoy a walk through the outdoors! No registration required.
Tuesdays. Join Julie Morgan for this gentle form of yoga that can improve your flexibility, concentration and strength. Via Zoom or in the Community Room at Sechelt Library. Sign up for this free class by calling Sechelt Library at (604)-885-3260, drop by or email – email@example.com.
Book Club is back, in-person and on Zoom! Join us as we discuss Marion Quednau’s new book of short stories, “Sunday Drive to Gun Club Road.” Very limited space in person. Call the Library to register: 604-886-2130. As per public health orders: Masks are required for everyone ages 12 and up in the library. Proof of vaccination is not required.
Simultaneously streamed on Zoom from the Library website here.
Tuesdays October 5th, 12th, 19th – 3:30 – 4:30 pm – Age 7-13.
Magical Animal Adoption Agency Kallie George is here for a three-part writer’s workshop for youth.
Space is limited, registration is required. Call 604.886.2130 to register.
As per public health orders: Masks are required for everyone ages 12 and up for all in-library events.
Oct 12-Nov 16: please attend all classes. Improve your oral presentation skills with Johanna Rzepa this 6-week workshop . Each participant selects a 5-10 minute piece of writing (prose or poetry, original or not) to practice for oral presentation. Optional opportunity to have your presentation filmed by Laurel Sukkau .
Registration is limited to 5 participants, in-person only, preference to first-timers. To register, call the Library at 604-886-2130. Per public health orders: masks are required for everyone ages 12 and up in the library. Proof of vaccination is not required.
Historical adventure author, Cindy Gauthier will read from her Charlee LeBeau series and present her latest book – Charlee LeBeau & The Salish Wind.
Richard Van Camp is a proud Tłı̨chǫ Dene from Fort Smith, North West Territories. He is the author of 26 books in 26 years, including the baby book Welcome Song for Baby. He is best known for his 1996 novel The Lesser Blessed, which was adapted into a film by director Anita Doron in 2012.
Live streamed via YouTube. Register for this event by phone (604-886-2130), email, or in-person.
Saadia Faruqi, Pakistani American children’s author, will talk about her publication journey, give some tips to aspiring writers, and read from her latest book. This event is open to youth age 6+.
Live streamed via YouTube. Register for this event by phone 604.886.2130, email, or in-person.