Come to Blackburn Park tomorrow for the unveiling of the Unplug & Play box that was created for Canada’s 150. We will start our event with Story Time in the Park at 10:30. After story time, we will have Diane and Tori Jewel do a friendship dance. Then there will be presentations by an Early Childhood Development member , Mayor Nancy, and Shuswap Foundation. Following that we will have our Party in the Park with CCRR!
Looking forward to playing in the park with all of you!
Early Childhood Development Chair for Salmon Arm
First, a huge thank you to our Salmon Arm Friends of the Library (FOL) for sponsoring our programs year after year. I don’t know what we would do with out you!
Registration for Summer Reading Club begins Tuesday, June 20 and is free. Just contact the library by email, phone or in person to register. (No online registration is available this year to join the club.)
We have 3 Summer Clubs this year.
- Read-to-Me Club for ages 1 – 4 years.
- BC Summer Reading Club for ages 5 -12 years.
- Summer Challenge Tracker for ages 1 – 18.
We also have free summer programs and contests for students. Registration for these programs is available online and opens 2 weeks before the event. Contact the library or go to our branch page at http://www.orl.bc.ca/hours-locations/salmon-arm to register for a program. Children under 9 must be accompanied by an adult. Children 9-11 must have an adult within easy contact.
Here is a list of our programs:
Here is a list of our contests and sponsors:
And here is a peek at this year’s Challenge Tracker:
We had a small but creative group for LEGO Club this month. We can also include KEVA Planks in our building now, so it looks like I’m going to have to change the name of our program.
Thanks again to the Salmon Arm Early Childhood Development Committee for sponsoring these events! Child Care Resource & Referral (CCRR) will provide toys and activities after story time.
Our theme this month was Chocolate Bunnies (anything Easter or spring related). Here are some of the creative things that were built.
Next month’s theme…Wilderness Survival!
Trina from Harmony Station came to the library this morning and did some wonderful storytelling through songs. Her CD Ladybug’s Garden is now available at the ORL.
This hilarious club is for ages 9-14 and is at 3:30 on the first Thursday of each month from October through December.
Here’s how the club works… Everyone gets a chance to share a book in 30 seconds or less. If the timer goes before the speaker finishes talking, we all get to throw a marshmallow at the speaker. After the book sharing and marshmallow throwing/eating, we play fun games like Quelf and Minute-To-Win-It.
Our final program for the fall is:
December 1- Registration begins November 17, 2016, click HERE to register.