Spend your summer at the Library!
Children of all ages are invited to visit Richmond Public Library this summer for a free Summer Reading Club and lots of other free activities and programs!
Richmond Public Library has lots of free programming for children this July and August.
First, join the Summer Reading Club by visiting your library for a booklet to record your readings. You are never too young to join! Visit your library anytime for your weekly stickers and a chance to win a prize. There will be a magician for our kick-off party, and the mayor will reward everyone a medal at the end of summer.
What else is happening? There are literary programs such as writers’ workshops, book clubs, and even a special family book club. The Engineers and Geoscientists of BC will offer four different “design & create” science programs, Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society will offer their signature “Learn About BC’s Wildlife” program, and Parks Canada will offer Learn-to-Camp programs. In participation with Richmond Arts Centre, there will be a hands-on Art Club running for three sessions. Want to get outdoors? Come to a StoryWalk and follow a surprising journey!
Digital programs will include: coding, robotics, and learning how to do 3D printing.
Program registration and Summer Reading Club have begun. Come in and see us!