Recurring movement-based programs in British Columbia Public Libraries – contact the libraries to confirm availability of programs. Please add to or correct this information by using the form on the bottom of this page.
Bowen Island Public Library – https://bowenlibrary.ca/ – The library partners with Bowen Island Community Recreation (BICR) and Metro Vancouver to offer “Strollers and Stories.” Participants register through BICR, meet at the library and walk through the trails of Metro Vancouver’s parks reading children’s books on display.
Burnaby Public Library – http://www.bpl.bc.ca/events/ – Teen Yoga and Mindfulness offered at Tommy Douglas Library. Library offers guided tours with English as a second language tours – examples are a tree identification walk in a local park and a bird-watching walk. These are combined with practicing English conversation skills.
Fraser Valley Regional Library – http://www.fvrl.bc.ca/ – Fit-Lit at Agassiz Library – A partnership with the local recreations centre where-in the library has a selection of audiobooks available for rec centre users to sign out and use while doing their workouts on their equipment.
North Kamloops Library – http://www.tnrdlib.ca/ – Jitterbugs is a free drop-in program at the North Kamloops Library for families with children 2-4 years old, but every one is welcome to come out and try it. Preschools and daycares are welcome. Songs and movement go together in this program for the busy little ones.
The library also has a geocache program for families with children of all ages and is held in our reading garden. The library hosts Escape Room programs for three age groups: tweens, teens and 20/30 somethings.
Rossland Public Library – www.rossland.bclibrary.ca – Family Yoga on the library lawn Thursdays 3pm in conjunction with the Rossland Mountain Market. June through September. (Inside if it rains).
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