Asian Heritage Month
May is Asian Heritage Month! This month gives us a chance to appreciate the various cultures and histories of Asian communities in Canada, as well as the many accomplishments and contributions they’ve made. Drop by the library to pick up a book from an assortment of Asian authors.
Banned Books are now on display! Come on down to the library to check out some of our most popular challenged books.
Take Flight with a Book
Stop by the library to take flight with a book!
Black History Month
As February is Black History Month, we as Canadian’s celebrate the many accomplishments and contributions of Black Canadians throughout history. Come by the library to read up on several prominent Black Canadians.
Blind Date with a Book
Blind Date with a Book is going on in the library!
How does it work?
- Pick a wrapped book from the display, with a description that matches your interests.
- Bring in up to the circulation desk to sign it out 😀
Lunar New Year
Happy Lunar New Year 2023!
Winter break is upon us, so come on down to the library to checkout a good book for the time away!
This month’s display is on procrastination……………….it should be up soon, but for now, please enjoy these memes 😜
On Remembrance Day we pay respects to the brave men and women who served our country to work for peace.
Leaf Through a Good Book
Come on down to the library to checkout a good book to curl up with!
Truth and Reconciliation Day
Truth and Reconciliation Day is coming up on Friday, September 30th. On this day we honour the First Nations children who were taken to Residential Schools across Canada.
Welcome back Centaurs!, or if you’re new to the school – Welcome to Centennial!
Movies from Books
The library is featuring books that have been adapted into film. If you liked the movie, you’ll love the book!
A selection of graphic novels, mangas and cartoons are on display in the library. Warning: they are graphic!
National Poetry Month
April was National Poetry Month! The library’s Poet-Tree was in full bloom by the end of April – filled with poems, lyrics, haikus, and much more.
Sign-up in the Library for a Makerspace Workshop to make your own Festive Ornaments!
Here are the options:
This memorial is for the 215 indigenous children who never made it home from the Kamloops Residential School.
Books from the Bottom Shelf
Sometimes the best books are hiding on the bottom shelf. Stop by to check them out!
Earth Day is April 22nd this year, so from April 19th to the 23rd, visit the library and sign out a book for a package of flower seeds! Plant the seeds and watch them grow to help strengthen the bee population!