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Looking for Local Winter Activities? The TNRL Has New Programs to Help

Kamloops, BC — January 17, 2022 — Look no further for local winter and spring break activities, in your community and in your home. The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library (TNRL) is offering more than a half-dozen specialized programs over the next three months. TNRL winter programs are available for all ages. Programs include themed reading challenges, …

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You’re Invited to a Free Film Night with TNRL’s Screenwriter in Residence

Kamloops, BC – November 9, 2021 – the Thompson-Nicola Regional Library is pleased to offer a free screening of Freaks as part of its Screenwriter in Residence programming with Ken Hegan. Freaks is a highly-rated sci-fi thriller that co-stars Emile Hirsch and Bruce Dern. The film follows a young girl who is locked at home …

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Join Thompson-Nicola Region’s One Book, One Community Initiative – Five Little Indians

Kamloops, BC – November 1, 2021 Thompson-Nicola Region’s One Book, One Community (OBOC) initiative announces its 2021 reading selection Five Little Indians by award-winning Indigenous author, Michelle Good. The novel Five Little Indians follows the lives of Indigenous youth as they navigate life in 1960s Vancouver after years in a BC residential school.  “…with compassion and …

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LEARN SECWEPEMCTSIN FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME AT YOUR OWN PACE

Kamloops, BC – October 25, 2021 -Thompson-Nicola Regional Library and Secwepemctsin Family Home Kits are partnering to offer Secwepemctsin Words of the Week. This self-paced virtual program is designed to help beginners learn Secwepemctsin vocabulary through sound, by watching videos and playing games. Each week will also feature printable activities including colouring pages, crosswords and bingo. Themes include …

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Thompson-Nicola Regional Library Screenwriter in Residence Events

Kamloops, BC—September 13, 2021—The Writer is in! Earlier this year, the TNRL announced the appointment of Kamloops-born & raised screenwriter Ken Hegan as its Screenwriter in Residence for fall 2021. Ken’s time with the library has officially started and we are excited to share the details on all the exciting programs and services Ken will …

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Thompson-Nicola Regional Library Announces Summer Programming

Kamloops, BC – June 9, 2021 – the Thompson-Nicola Regional Library (TNRL) is excited to release its schedule of summer virtual programs. Registration is now open online at tnrl.ca, or contact your local library. Children Popular children’s programs like Tiny Tunes, Storytime & Craft, and Crafts to Go will be returning. Children ages 6-12 can …

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Crack the Case With Summer Reading Club at the Thompson-Nicola Regional Library

Kamloops, BC – June 7, 2021 – Let the mystery of the 2021 Summer Reading Club begin! The theme for this year’s Summer Reading Club (SRC) is “Crack the Case”. The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library (TNRL) is looking forward to sharing some exciting mystery-themed activities. Babies, children, teens, adults – there is a summer reading club …

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Day of Sucwentwecw at the Barriere StoryWalk®

Kamloops, BC—March 31, 2021— the Thompson-Nicola Regional Library (TNRL) is pleased to help celebrate the Day of Sucwentwecw on April 7th, 2021.  In collaboration with Leeann Eustache, Aboriginal Education Worker at the Barriere Elementary School, the Barriere Library will install “How Coyote Lost the Animal People’s Voices,” Qiyenes re (written by) Kenthen Thomas, Secwepemc. Visit Fadear Park …

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Thompson-Nicola Regional Library Selects 2021 Screenwriter in Residence

Kamloops, BC – March 29, 2021 — the Thompson-Nicola Regional Library (TNRL) is excited to announce the appointment of Kamloops-born & raised screenwriter Ken Hegan as Screenwriter in Residence for Fall 2021. Following in the success of their 2019 Writer in Residence program with mystery author Deryn Collier, the library is shifting gears this year to …

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