Non-Fiction Book Club

The first selection for the Non-Fiction Book Club is Alfred Lansing's Endurance.

Alfred Langsing's book is the harrowing account of Shackleton's voyage, and the strength and endurance of every man of his crew in their struggle for survival.

At the first meeting, we'll pick the next two books as a group.  Copies of the books will be provided by the Library.

Please register ahead of time at the Adult Services Desk either in person, or by phone 204 727-6648.

 

English Language Conversation Group (EAL)

This is a free program for English learners who want to improve their English conversational skills. Chat with native English speakers and other learners to improve pronunciation, vocabulary, listening, and confidence. 
 
We'll meet from 2:30 to 4:00 pm every Saturday in March and April to discuss a different topic each week. The program is open to everyone 18 years and older. All levels of English are welcome. For more information, phone us at 204-727-6648, or email info@wmrl.ca. Please register ahead of time, as space is limited.

Earth Day with Miss Bee

Join us for an Earth Day themed celebration with children's performer Miss Bee.  Children ages 5-8 are invited to a program featuring environment-themed songs and stories, followed by crafts from recycled materials.  Each participant will go home with his/her own seed to start their own garden.

Please register ahead of time at the Children's Services Desk, or by phone at 204 727-6648.  The program will take place in the Library's Program Room.

Pajama Storytime

Stories, rhymes, songs and crafts for children ages 2-5.

Pajamas are encouraged.

Teddy bears are welcome!

 

Registration is Required.  Contact Children's Services at 204 727-6648 to register, or for additional information.

Toddler Time

Toddler Time is for children ages 18-36 months of age and their parent/caregiver.

Share stories, fingerplays, rhymes and simple crafts.

Registration is required.  Contact Children's Services at the Library 204 727-6648.

Teen Creative Writing Program

In this free creative writing program, teens ages 13-17 will explore creativity through writing activities and discussions.  The program will be a combination of in-class writing, and projects to optionally complete at home and share the following week.  No previous writing experience is required, although teens are expected to be able to read and write in English.

Please register ahead of time at the Children's Services Desk or by phoning 204 727-6648.  

Registration begins on Monday, March 5, 2018 at 10:00 AM.