Dating over 50, Indigenous authors club, computer classes among new library programs

The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library has launched a host of new programs coming in the first few months of the year.

The new Indigenous Authors Book Club will launch on Feb. 29.

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The group will discuss works of fiction and non-fiction by Indigenous authors including Tommy Orange, Richard Wagamese and Eden Robinson.

Dating Over 50 is a casual drop-in program where local experts will discuss topics like online dating safety, maintaining a healthy and balanced lifestyle and how to find a romantic or partner or friend who shares your interests. The next session is on Feb. 18 at 6 p.m. at the downtown library, 465 Victoria St.

Among the new technology programs at the North Kamloops Library, 693 Tranquille Rd., is a course on cloud computing. At the downtown library, new tech Q&A sessions will be held on social media, library databases, device troubleshooting and other electronic resources.

On Feb. 8, the Kamloops Museum and Archives will bring their People + Place children’s program to the library. The program addresses the histories of different cultural communities present in the city.

The Kamloops Art Gallery will support a Paint Together event, which will allow a child and accompanying adult to create a painting inspired by a story read aloud. The first session is on March 17, where participants will hear What’s the Most Beautiful Thing You Know About Horses? by Richard Van Camp.

On March 21, the KAG will return to support an art and feminism Wikipedia edit-a-thon, where participants can edit Wikipedia to improve content on cis- and trans-women, the arts and feminism.

To register for programs or for more information, contact the library at 250-372-5145 or email

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