It’s been an exciting past week at the Stettler Public Library. Jason Chapman came and gave us a look at “following your dreams,” even the impossible ones.
We welcomed Carly to our staff as one of our summer reading programmers. Travis led a very successful science day with lots of “oohs” and “ahhs” from the kids in attendance.
We also revelled with our staff members who celebrated their graduation: Jordan Dryden, Lindsey Gelech and Ashley Smyth. You have made us all proud.
And last but not least, a staff member celebrated Towel Day on Friday. I never knew that it really existed, but our Towel Day celebrant is a fountain of knowledge.
This Thursday night at 6:30, the Stettler library will show one of my favourite movies of all time: “Babe.” In it, a young pig fights convention to become a sheep dog or, rather, a sheep pig. This Australian film is charming and has a family-friendly G rating. Bring the whole family, some snacks and drinks and enjoy this heart-warming movie.
The province of Alberta has designated June 4 to 10 as Seniors’ Week. The Stettler library has planned some events for the seniors in our community.
On Tuesday, June 5, at 10:30 am, RCMP Const. Glen Gabruch will talk about fraud prevention for seniors at Paragon Place. The public is welcome to take in this informative session.
On Friday, June 8, at 3 p.m. at the library, you will learn that Age is Just a Number with Robin Schwartz. Robin is a personal trainer who has experience in helping seniors reach their fitness goals.
CRYSTAL FRIARS – Literally Yours