What's Going on at LLBCL (July 22-27)
Posted on Monday July 22, 2019 at 10:15AM
A free Fraud Awareness presentation will be held on Thursday, July 25th starting at 6:30pm. Participants will learn about fraud, scams (both online and telephone) and safe bank account management. Presented by Cst. Calverley and Kirsty Witwicky Branch manager at ATB Financial.
Aakii isskska’takssin (Woman-thought) TREX Art Exhibit will be on display at the main branch from July 29th through August 21st. This is a photography series designed to expand the interpretation of story within contemporary art practice of artists with Blackfoot heritage. The work of these women artists aims to foster a deeper public awareness of the complexities of Indigenous identity and the voices of these emerging artists: Marjie Crop Eared Wolf, Star Crop Eared Wolf, and Sarah Russell. This exhibition sets out to develop a new literacy of visual culture and invites a fresh perspective on Indigenous story. The works in the exhibition seek to reflect on the ways in which Blackfoot history intersects with contemporary thought, as the question of modern identity has become fluid and fluctuating.
Summer Hours now in effect. The main branch will be closed on Saturdays during the months of July and August while the Plamondon location will be open from 9-4pm on Wednesdays during July only.
TD Summer Reading Club registration is now underway. You can visit the main branch to receive your reading club package. For those who do not need the full package, please complete the online form on our homepage under the quick links entitled “2019 TD Summer Reading Club Registration”. (https://llbcl.wufoo.com/forms/r15l6a0v10307dq/)
TD Summer Reading Club Events:
• Nature Walk – On Thursday July 25th join us at 2pm at Sir Winston Churchill in the day use area to explore all its natural wonders.
• National Film Board – Thursday, August 1st at 2pm. Come see the list of complied films suitable for this year’s TD Summer Reading Club.
• Alberta Trappers Association – Join us on Thursday, August 15th at 2pm to learn about Alberta's rich trapping history, as well as the importance of trapping.
• Summer End Party – Thursday, August 29th at 2pm. Come celebrate all our hard work and reading accomplishments. Food and drink will be provided.
Author: Lac La Biche County Libraries