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Plenty to do at Kamloops Library this spring

A full guide of activities can be found at tnrl.ca.
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The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library’s April to June programming includes regular events like Dungeons & Dragons, Nintendo Switch tournaments and Books & Brews, along with the following:

• During the month of April, residents have an opportunity to showcase the beauty of their communities by taking part in the Make Your Own Mobile Library Craft project. Pick up the craft at a library branch or mobile library stop and submit a photo of the completed mobile library to enter to win a prize.

• The Kamloops Art Gallery and the TNRL are assisting artist Amy Modahl with an exhibition launching on June 26. Until May 1, Modahl is collecting written responses to the question: “How have you been?”

Responses can be mailed to the KAG (101- 465 Victoria St., Kamloops, V2C 2A9) or emailed to ajmodahl@gmail.com.

In addition to artwork developed from responses, the letters will be published as a book (with the authors’ permission) and catalogued by the KAG and the TNRL. For full details, see kag.bc.ca.

• Geek Week returns from May 4 to May 8 with a celebration of geek culture.

The third annual Geek Week will feature Star Wars Trivia on May 4, Dungeons & Dragons dungeon master training on May 6 and Stranger Things escape rooms on May 8.

In addition the library will launch a new collection of Dungeons & Dragons program kits for patrons to use at home with friends and family.

See the full guide at tnrl.ca.