Family Literacy Day is Jan. 27.

Family Literacy Day

The Learning Hub would like to invite you over for some ideas, activities, free resources and a chance to win a free book!

The Learning Hub would like to invite you over for some ideas, activities, free resources and a chance to win a free book!

Come on by and have some coffee, tea and a light snack any time between 10:30 a.m. until closing at 6 p.m.. Fill out our survey so we can better serve the community.

We are open Monday to Thursday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.. We are closed for lunch at 1-2 p.m. and are also closed Fridays.

If you have children, sign up now for a Family Literacy Program. This is an eight week program starting January 27 for one hour a week. You’ll get more great resources, a lesson on using the them and a chance to share your own ideas, plus a chance to socialize while you’re at it and it’s free.

Classes are kept small so sign up early. There are three different days to choose from for the eight week duration.

To register call Debbie Anderson at The Learning Hub: 250-996-7078.


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