Join us each Friday morning for 30 minutes of storytime fun; books, stories, songs, rhymes and feltboards! This program is geared towards preschoolers but all ages are welcome. Children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by an adult.
Express Yourself provides a supportive environment in which to improve your writing skills, find your writing voice, improve your vocabulary, practice writing poetry, essays, short stories, fiction, non-fiction, or letter-writing. Co-sponsored by the Greenwood Public Library and the Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy (CBAL).
Whether you are a new or seasoned knitter or crocheter, this club is for you. Join other folks interested in fiber arts and conversation. All materials are provided free of charge. This is a drop-in program. Coffee and tea will be served.
Join other chess players for games and instruction. All level of players welcome. Children ages 7 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Join other chess players every Tuesday for games or instruction. All level of players welcome. Tea will be served.
Who? Pregnant and breastfeeding moms
What? Peer support, connection with other moms, accurate information about various breastfeeding topics, encouragement and the opportunity to support others
When? Third Wednesday each month 10:00 – 11:30 am (Starting October 15th)
Where? Invermere Public Library – Children’s Corner
Why? Breastfeeding peer support has been found to make a huge difference for breastfeeding families. Families who have this type of support breastfeed longer, achieving more of their breastfeeding goals. Oh, and it’s great to meet other moms who are on a similar journey.
Find us on Facebook! Facebook.com/breastfeedingmamas
This program is made possible by Columbia Basin Trust, RDEK, Community Connections Society of SE BC, Over The Rainbow Family Services, and the Invermere Public Library