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REPORTING · 8th July 2012
Walter McFarlane
Updated July 8th

Once again, the Kitimat Public Library is having their Summer Reading Program. The theme for this summer is "Strange but true" and youth who attend will be putting together a scrapbook of their fun experiences over the weeks the program takes place.

“[The participants] going to come with their reading logs and they have any choice of what books they are going to read. Then they are going to discuss it for the first ten or fifteen minutes. Then we’re going to have a selection of mystery novels and [Violetta Cykowska] and I will help find those for kids,” said Blake Hawkins.

Kitimat Public Library’s Summer Reading Club starts Friday, July 13 and continues for six weeks ending with a wrap up party on August 24. Kids of all ages will meet throughout the week, Friday mornings for those under 6 and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons for youth under 13 and over 6.

"Program leaders will keep kids fascinated with great reads, outdoor games, and scrapbooking. For more information or to register call the Library at 250 632 8985," said Virginia Charron.


“Its going to be a very fun summer and it’s going to be for readers and non readers. If you aren’t that interested, there’s going to be a lot of fun activities for everyone,” said Hawkins.