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TD Summer Reading Club helps kids find and explore their passions and encourages them to share their delight with others along the way. Through books, programs, and conversations, TD Summer Reading Club kids can dive into areas that already fascinate them, dabble in others for new inspiration and discover that their passions have the potential to transform them, their friends and their world.

Ages 4 to 12

Every Wednesday 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
from July 4 – August 22

Come each week or drop in when you can.
It’s free. It is going to be a blast.

For more information please contact
Carrie Hogan: chogan0@gmail.com


Join the Fun! www.tdsummerreadingclub.ca

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Write Night at the Wakefield Library is Back!

Join our community of writers every 3rd Wednesday from 7 to 8:30pm for an evening of writing exercises to playfully tease out your words. Bring a notebook, a favourite writing implement and your curiosity.

Every 3rd Wednesday, from 7 pm to 8:30 pm, It’s Free!

For further information, please contact Linda Vanderlee
linda@lindavanderlee.com
(mobile) 819 459-3580

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Stories, rhymes, finger plays and songs to delight children

The next Story Time will be scheduled in September. May your summer fun be filled with stories of wonder, exploration and discovery! Storyteller Janet LeRoy

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Biblio Wakefield Library is pleased to announce the launch of the On the Path to Reconciliation book discussion group. This discussion group is offered in partnership with the Bearing Witness project. On the Path to Reconciliation will meet monthly at Biblio Wakefield Library to read and discuss books that allow participants to gain understanding and begin discussions around Indigenous issues in Canada.

Interested community members are encouraged to attend one or all of the gatherings. The selected titles are available through local bookstores or online retailers. Attendees are asked to purchase the books and read them in advance of the gatherings.

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