Have you checked out our genre Kindles yet? Handpicked by your librarians, each Kindle comes preloaded with 15 titillating titles, from bestsellers to suspense, language learning to fantasy and travel. Pick one up today!
Visit us on January 28 at 7 p.m. to hear Naomi Wakan, Nanaimo’s first Poet Laureate, share her book of memoirs, a collection of poems and essays revealing that life is bittersweet and ephemeral. She'll also discuss the joys and problems of writing in this genre.
This local award-winning composer returns on February 5 at 10:30 a.m. for his entertaining series on music for the movies. His special guest this month is 12 year old piano prodigy Augustin Wright. Don’t miss any of the sessions on the first Thursday of each month running until June.
The gorgeous quilts currently on display in our gallery certainly are inspiring, so we stitched together a lovely list of quilting resources for your weekend project or your month-long masterpiece. Enjoy!
Interested in learning how to program computers? Do you like learning independently? Join our Community Computing Centre Staff in learning Python through a free, online course offered by Coursera.org. Watch online lectures, program on your own computer and attend meet-ups at the Library. It's free and open to anyone from high school to retirement.