Library rolling out summer virtual programs

Registration is now open online at tnrl.ca or at the Kamloops and North Kamloops libraries.

Thompson-Nicola Regional Library has released its schedule of summer virtual programs. Registration is now open online at tnrl.ca or at the Kamloops and North Kamloops libraries.

Children

Popular children’s programs like Tiny Tunes, Storytime & Craft and Crafts to Go will be returning. Children ages six to 12 can also look forward to a series of Saturday programs tied in with the BC Summer Reading Club themes. On July 10, the BIG Little Science Centre will be taking participants through a crime scene investigation crash course in The Case of the Crumbling Cookie. In the Super Sleuth Academy on July 24, attendees will learn a series of detective skills. A Mystery in History on Aug. 7 requires participants to help put some famous historical figures back on their timeline. The summer children’s programs will wrap up on Aug. 21 with a Party in a Box. Click here for more information and schedules.

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Teens & Tweens

Dungeons & Dragons continues throughout the summer for both teens & tweens. Everyone can join in on Nintendo Switch tournaments featuring Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Mario Kart 8. There are also going to be a variety of fun community service opportunities for teens over the summer, including a pen-pal exchange program and weekly book reviews. The library’s blog and social media accounts will feature weekly activity ideas for adults & teens. Click here for more information and schedules.

Adults

For adults, the library will be offering two adult Crafts to Go programs this summer, both of which focus on upcycling. Registered patrons will learn how to create something beautiful out of recycled materials. Virtual Tech One-on-Ones will continue throughout the summer. Many book clubs from around the regional district will continue to meet remotely. The library’s final author event for the season will take place on July 8, featuring Vancouver-based screenwriter and author Roslyn Muir. Click here for more information and schedules.

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