Rossland Public Library having open house tomorrow

The Rossland Public Library will be having its open house from 3-6 p.m. tomorrow.

At the same time that the market is going on up town Thursday, the Rossland Public Library will be having its open house from 3-6 p.m. On the guest list is MP of Southern Interior Alex Atameneko.

The open house is to celebrate the anniversary date of the library’s incorporation  in  1938.

It will offer a chance to chat with staff and board members, as well as an opportunity to meet Katie Albright , the new library director.

Light refreshments will be served with a cake cutting at 4 p.m. in celebration of the 74th anniversary of the Library’s incorporation.

There is also a chance to get your library fines wiped with Food for Fines.

For each item of non-perishable food you donate you’ll have $3 of fines waived up to a maximum of $30. All donations will be given to Rossland’s Food Bank.

Books will also be on sale by donation and there will be colouring pages for kids.

Come meet our new director and chat with our staff and board members. This is your opportunity to help create a vision for the Rossland Public Library.

Visit their website rossland.bclibrary.ca for details.

 

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