Distantly Social

Looking for some social interaction?  You've come to the right place.  There's something to do every Thursday at 6:15pm for families and friends - you can choose which Thursday gatherings you would like to enjoy.  Currently we are "virtual" but we will meet physically when we are able.  We are meeting on Zoom but call in (phone) options are available.  To register, contact our programmer, Verna: vwicks@draytonvalleylibrary.ca or 780-514-2722.


First Thursday of the month: Tell Me A Story


This is an oral storytelling program.  Come with a story prepared or be prompted by a story telling activity.  Or just get into the discussion!  Let's talk.

Thurs. April 8: Tell Me A Story - Our Pets: Past & Present


Second Thursday of the month: Shuffle & Roll

 

This is a board and card game program.  We play a variety of games - requests are taken.  Ex. Uno, Yahtzee, Battleship, Crazy Eights...

Thurs. April 15: Shuffle & Roll - Bingo and/or games requested


Third Thursday of the month: Art Innovations


Inspired by librarian & artist, Pam, follow guided art projects with room for innovation and creativity.  If you are unable to provide your own supplies, please ask - we may be able to give or lend you some.  (We are looking into making art kits to help with this.)  If you don't have the exact supplies, don't worry - be innovative!  Instructional videos are usually posted on YouTube afterwards.

Thurs. April 22: Art Innovations - Pet Escape Rooms (Pet Day is April 11)

Supplies TBA

Fourth Thursday of the month: Non-Fiction Book Club


Check out the book from the library, spend the month reading, then meet up to discuss.  Open to suggestions for titles and topics.  We love reading and  learning new things.  Ex.  The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Into Thin Air, Bears Without Fear, A Mind Spread Out on the Ground...

Thurs. April 29: Non-Fiction Book Club - "The Tipping Point" by Malcolm Gladwell

(Read for the month of May will be "Willie: The Game-Changing Story of the NHL's First Black Player" by Willie O'Ree with Michael McKinley)