What's Going on at LLBCL Sept 16th Edition
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What's Going on at LLBCL Sept 16th Edition

Posted on Monday September 16, 2019 at 08:42AM

Author Katherine Koller will be visiting our libraries on October 3rd as part of the Young Alberta Book Society Taleblazers tour. She lives in Edmonton, Alberta, and writes for stage (theatre, ballet, opera and dance), screen, radio and creates fictional works both full length and short. Her presentations are suitable for Middle & High School Students, as well as adults.

Plamondon Municipal Library (in École Plamondon)
9:00 - 10:00am Students Only
10:20am - 11:20am - Students & Public
*Teachers contact Katie at 780-623-7467 to book your class.

Stuart MacPherson Public Library
12:45 - 1:45pm - Students Only
2:00 - 3:00pm - Students & Public
*Teachers contact Maureen at 780-623-7467 to book your class.

Rhyme Time
is held on Thursdays in the Wild Rose Room staring at 10:30am. This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and Parent Link is designed for ages 0 to 5 and no registration is required.

Rattle and Chat
will run on Wednesday from now until October 16th from 10:30 -11:30am in the Wild Rose Room. This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries, Alberta Health Services & Parent Link is designed for ages 0 - 17 months and their caregivers with no registration required.

Steampunkery: A STEAM Program
with Joan Galat will be held on Wednesday, October 9th from 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM. Author Joan Galat will be visiting and leading this special edition on engineering.

A free Fraud Awareness presentation from Cst. Calverley will be held on Tuesday, October 8th starting at 6:30pm. Participants will learn about fraud, scams (both online and telephone) and safe bank account management.

Arthur Nishimura: Mystical Landscapes TREX Art Exhibit
will be on display at the main branch until September 24th. Arthur is an Albertan photographer who captures images of landscapes as well as the depiction of the every day, but in both cases, his photographs develop an expressive mood through the use of analog photographic techniques.

Join us on Thursday, October 10th starting at 6:30pm for an exciting session entitled "Break the Fake: How to tell what’s true online". Participants will learn four quick, simple steps to fact-check anything they see online to be sure of information that’s reliable and debunk it if it isn’t. This free presentation is suitable for adults and students in grade six and up.

Author: Lac La Biche County Libraries

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