The Barriere Library drop-in Lego Club happens every Saturday from 11 a.m. -1 p.m. For all children (and their caregivers) who love Lego. This youngster shows the tree house Lego kit he has completed. Submitted photos:

After school program and Lego Club a hit at Barriere Library

after school program and Lego Club at the Barriere Library has been richly enhanced by a generous donation from Donna Kibble and family,” reports Barriere Library Branch Head Pam Rudd.

“Lego remains out every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the library for all ages to enjoy year-round. We also have the large Duplo bricks for the ‘littles’.”

Rudd noted that students enjoyed the new Lego kits during the last After School Club meeting at the Library before the New Year, and that the next after School Club will resume on Jan. 16.

Here is a list of upcoming events at the Barriere Library in the new year:

• Tiny Tunes on Tuesdays: Jan. 15 to Feb. 19, from 11-11:30 a.m. This program is for babies, toddlers, and their parents/caregivers (ages zero to five years). There are songs, stories and rhymes, and the occasional craft is also included afterward. A drop-in event with day cares and preschools welcome.

• After School Club – Wednesdays: Jan. 16 to Mar. 6, from 3- 4:30 p.m. This is an after-school club for kids. Fun activities include games, Lego, crafts, puzzles, book sharing and a chance to get to know your library (ages five to12 years). Caregiver must remain in the library with ages five to eight year-olds, nine to 12 year-olds can be signed in and out by the caregiver. This is a drop-in event.

• Lego Club: Every Saturday from 11 a.m. -1 p.m. For all children (and their caregivers) who love Lego. This is a drop-in event.

There is no cost associated with any of the programs.

Please the Library at 250-672-5811 if you require more information.

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