Nelson Public Library Circulation Services Coordinator Heather Goldik will be at Slocan Park Hall once a month starting January 16. Photo submitted

Nelson Public Library heading for Slocan

Road show will feature plans for adults and kids

  • Jan. 5, 2018 6:00 p.m.

The Nelson Public Library has announced plans for its road show to Slocan Park Hall.

Circulation Services Coordinator Heather Goldik is scheduled to bring a selection of books, audiobooks, CDs and DVDs on the third Tuesday of each month. Visitors can borrow items, register for a card, learn about the library’s online resources, and find out about downloading eBooks and eAudiobooks. Upcoming dates are January 16, February 20, and March 20 from 10 a.m. to noon.

Children’s Librarian Avi Silberstein comes to the hall once a month during parent & tot drop-in, offering a, free storytime for kids 0 to five years. Avi (with his special green guitar) brings stories, songs, and rhymes, as well as a selection of books for young children. Avi will be at parent & tot drop-in on Fridays January 19, February 16 and March 16, all at 10 a.m.

The Nelson Public Library’s Slocan Valley Outreach programs are a partnership between the Library and the Slocan Valley Recreation Society.

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