Next Pokemon Swap Meet on Feb. 18

We have survived the season of love. But we still have a whole bunch of fun things that you can do at the library.

STETTLER PUBLIC LIBRARY — We have survived the season of love. But we still have a whole bunch of fun things that you can do at the Stettler Public Library that will make you love us even more!

After School with Darlene is back on Thursday, Feb. 16 at 3:30 p.m. and she will be celebrating Friends and Families. Enjoy the book “What a Party” and then enjoy a late Valentine’s Day party with treats and crafts that say “I Love You.”

Clearview’s next Professional Development Day falls on Friday, Feb. 17 and we have the day booked with fun. Come and create a Kindness Puzzle at 10:30 a.m. to noon. Or create other crafts that help promote kindness. At 2 p.m. we will be having a showing of the movie “Trolls,” complete with popcorn. What a great day at the Stettler Public Library.

We are not done with the fun that weekend. On Saturday, Feb. 18 at 10:30 a.m. we get together for our monthly Pokemon Swap Meet. Play, battle and trade your favourite Pokemon at the Stettler Public Library.

We follow that up at 2 p.m. with Battery Day, for ages six and up. They can explore how batteries work and provide energy to their favourite electronics. This is our monthly STEM Saturday installment.

The afternoon of Saturday, Feb. 25 is packed full of great events. Join Crystal at 1:30 p.m. for Crystal’s Crochet Club where you can learn something new or bring your current WIP (Work in Progress). Everyone’s welcome. At 2 p.m. we will be showing the film adaption of the book “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.” And like always, popcorn will be served.

Keep checking spl.prl.ab.ca or our Facebook page for news of any additional activities as some may require pre-registration! If you have any ideas, suggestions, or questions about activities you want to see at the library, let us know. We hope to see you at the library soon!

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