- 30, 2014
Summer Reading Program Sneak Peeks
Are you interested in joining the Summer Reading Program but are not sure what to expect? Stop in during the FREE Drop In sessions and discovery how much fun the program is. Summer Reading Program Coordinator - Claire Penner
- 22, 2014
Fuel Up Your Library
Tickets are available at the circulation desk or from any Board Member. Be sure to purchase a ticket and support your library! Draw to be made during the Blazing BBQ Bash.
- 03, 2014
Who's Your Superhero?
Who's Your Superhero? is open to all ages and we will be accepting any type of medium.
- 03, 2014
Easter Brunch & Family Fun
Come and join us over Easter break. Doors will open at 10am for the brunch and donations received will go towards the Children's Library. There will be great food, crafts, games and so much more! Can't make the whole morning. Enjoy just the brunch or bring the kids to the family fun activities.
- 28, 2014
Summer Reading Program Coordinator This position involves planning and executing a Summer Reading Program for children of all ages. The position runs from May to August 2014 and candidates must be returning to school in the fall. Post-Secondary education or recreation experience is an asset, but is not required. A criminal record check will be required for the successful candidate. Please submit resume to: Jodi Dahlgren, Library Manager Wainwright Public Library 921 - 3rd Ave. W...
- 29, 2014
Reading in a Winter Wonderland
Join the 2014 Winter Reading Program and be entered in the draw for one of ten KOBO Mini e-readers. Your name is entered into the draw for every 5 hours of reading during the month of February. The more you read the more times your name is entered! Reading logs can be picked up at the circulation desk and must be returned by March 5, 2014 for entry into the draw. This year's program is open to all ages (youth and adults.) Step in from the snow and say hello as we're Reading in ...
- 29, 2014
Blind Date with a Book
Are you up for a mysterious rendezvous? During the month of February, we would like to "fix you up" on a blind date - with a book of course, after all we ARE a library! We have selected a variety of books, wrapped them in "oh so secretive" brown paper and you won't know the "identity" of your date until you get home. Will it be fiction or non-fiction? Funny, informative, a mystery, true-crime??? Sure you might be disappointed; but then again... you may end up having a great re...
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