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StoryWalk Arrives In Barriere’s Fadear Park

Take a Walk, Read a Book, Have an Adventure Kamloops, BC—October 19, 2020—The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library (TNRL) is pleased to celebrate the grand opening of Barriere Library’s permanent StoryWalk® in Fadear Park, next to the library. A StoryWalk® is an outdoor reading experience that supports literacy in a unique environment. The StoryWalk® also promotes physical …

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Ashcroft Library Upgrade – Request For Public Input

Kamloops, BC—October, 16, 2020—The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library (TNRL) is seeking feedback from Ashcroft and area residents regarding library services, programs and collections. As identified in the TNRL’s Facilities Master Plan, Ashcroft Library will be receiving an upgrade to its interior space. The building, circa 1974, continues to see heavy use by area residents. The library’s …

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Library Announces Fall Author Line-Up

Kamloops, BC—October 9, 2020— The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library is excited to announce its roster of virtual author and writer events for the remainder of 2020. These events are part of the library’s weekly Thursday night programs dedicated to readers and writers, created in partnership with the Kamloops Society for the Written Arts. October 15: Shawn …

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TD Giving Garden to Plant Roots at the Merritt Library

Kamloops, BC—October 8, 2020— The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library (TNRL) is delighted to receive a grant from the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation to support the development of a community garden at the Merritt Library. The Merritt Library is well known for its engaging programs and the new TD Giving Garden project will place an …

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Grade 3s are VIPs at the Library!

Kamloops, BC—September 23, 2020—An exciting library initiative is coming back to grade 3 classrooms this fall. The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library is bringing the Grade 3 VIP Library Card Campaign to students in School District No. 58 Nicola-Similkameen and School District No. 73 Kamloops/Thompson. “For many grade 3 students, reading on their own is a newly …

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