Reading Club winds up at Campbell River library

Everyone who has registered for one of these programs and completed their reading log has earned a reading medal

Those lazy days of summer reading are almost over, and it’s time for Summer Reading Club and Read to Me club members to celebrate their achievements.

Everyone who has registered for one of these programs and completed their reading log has earned a reading medal.

This week is your last chance to show your completed log at the Campbell River Library so they can put your name on the list of medal winners.

The medals will be presented at the Summer Reading Club Wind-Up party on Tuesday Aug. 28 from 2:30-4 p.m.

Local members of the Vancouver Island Regional Library Board, Ron Kerr and Brenda Leigh, will be on hand to congratulate the winners.

Vicky Williams will represent the Royal Bank, donors of the beautiful SRC medals.

The party will also feature announcements of the grand prizes, refreshments, and a fun-filled performance “The Bigg Show” with Trent Arterberry.  His show has been described as “comical storytelling, masterful mime, compelling music and hilarious puppetry”.

For more information about Summer Reading Club medals and the wind-up celebration, visit the library at 1240 Shoppers Row or phone 287-3655.  For more about Trent Arterberry visit http://www.trentshow.com/bigg.html

 

Just Posted

Campbell River’s Teal Harle finishes fifth in Olympic Men’s Slopestyle skiing

Pulls it out in his final run to finish within sight of the podium

Pick-up truck runs into ATV pulling two logs on a trailer in Merville

A pickup truck ran into a trailer with two logs on it… Continue reading

Work to begin on Campbell River’s Jubilee Heights subdivision

Work will begin on the Jubilee Heights subdivision on Monday creating Campbell… Continue reading

Campbell River man wants his rare set of stolen camper lights back, no questions asked

Roy Tarr just wants his camper lights back. They’re kind of rare,… Continue reading

WATCH: Vancouver Island man catches dashcam video of near head-on crash

Video shows oncoming van cross over centre line

How to keep local news visible in your Facebook feed

Facebook has changed the news feed to emphasize personal connections. You might see less news.

Canucks came out hot, beat Bruins 6-1

Loui Eriksson scores twice, catapulting Vancouver to a lopsided victory over Boston

B.C. man brings dog to court as ‘best witness’

Man is defending himself on charges of uttering threats, possessing weapon for dangerous purposes

Vancouver artist’s cartoon of Florida school shooting resonates

Cartoon shows football coach, one of the victims, meeting others killed in school shootings

Vancouver Island job market ever-evolving

Various sectors driving employment in region will be represented at Black Press career fair in Comox Feb. 8

Trudeau family arrives in India for state visit

Seven-day visit includes meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Military seeks DNA experts to help ID missing war dead

Federal program recovers, identifies and arranges burials for Canada’s nearly 28,000 missing war dead

B.C. files new legal action against TransMountain pipeline

Province tries to uphold City of Burnaby bylaws, provoking Alberta

Most Read