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COQUITLAM PUBLIC LIBRARY

Programs & Events January–March 2020


TABLE OF CONTENTS What’s Happening at Coquitlam Public Library Jumpstart a new mobile library.......................................................... 3 Story Times & Programs for Children...............................................4, 5 School Success.................................................................................... 6 Adult Programs..............................................................................7–10 Adult Programs: Celebrate!................................................................11 Adult Programs: Author Visits............................................................12 Adult Programs: Seniors’ Talks...........................................................13 Adult Programs: Career Workshops...................................................14 Tech Tuesdays....................................................................................15 Programs for English Language Learners & Newcomers.............. 16, 17 Library Link Schedule................................................................... 18, 19 Library Hours and Locations............................................................. 20

Carry Coquitlam Public Library in your pocket! The CoqLibrary app allows you to: • search the Library catalogue • check your account details and renew items • check out Library programs and events • book a meeting or study room • download & stream eBooks, eAudio, music, courses and more • scan any book’s ISBN to find out if it is on our shelves COQLIBRARY.CA coqlibrary.ca

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Help Jumpstart the new mobile library!

Our current mobile library is at end of life. Your donation will help us continue to provide library service to neighbourhoods throughout Coquitlam. Donate at our library branches or online:

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CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS Stories, songs, finger plays and rhymes help children gain pre-reading skills and develop a love of reading. Parents and caregivers, stay with your children and join in the fun. REGISTRATION: Drop-in

CITY CENTRE BRANCH Baby Story Time (0–2 years old)

• Tuesdays • 11:00–11:30 am Jan. 7–Feb. 11 Mar. 3–Apr. 7 • Thursdays • 11:00–11:30 am Jan. 9–Feb. 13 Mar. 5–Apr. 9 • Fridays • 11:00–11:30 am Jan. 10–Feb. 14 Mar. 6–Apr. 10

Saturday Story Time for Tiny Tots (0–3 years old)

Toddler Story Time

POIRIER BRANCH Baby Story Time

(2–3 years old)

(0–2 years old)

• Tuesdays • 10:15–10:45 am Jan. 7–Feb. 11 Mar. 3–Apr. 7 • Fridays • 10:15–10:45 am Jan. 10–Feb. 14 Mar. 6–Apr. 10

• Tuesdays • 10:30–11:00 am Jan. 7–Feb. 11 Mar. 3–Apr. 7 • Fridays • 10:30–11:00 am Jan. 10–Feb. 14 Mar. 6–Apr. 3 Note: no Story Time on • April 10, Good Friday

Preschooler Story Time (4–5 years old)

• Thursdays • 10:15–10:45 am Jan. 9–Feb. 13 Mar. 5–Apr. 9

• Saturdays • 10:30–11:00 am Jan. 11–Feb. 15 Mar. 7–Apr. 11

Toddlers+ Story Time (2 years old and up) • Mondays • 10:30–11:00 am Jan. 6–Feb. 10 Mar. 2–Apr. 6 Note: no Story Time on • Feb. 17, Family Day

BC Family Day Story Time For children from 0–6 years old and their parents Join us for a special story time to celebrate BC Family Day, then stay for puzzles and games. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOMS 136 & 137 Monday, February 17 • 11:00–11:30 am REGISTRATION: Drop-in After the 30-minute story time, the room will stay open for family puzzles and games. coqlibrary.ca

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CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS Korean Mother Goose for Parents and Children Are you a Korean parent with a child under age five? Do you live in Coquitlam, Port Moody or Port Coquitlam? If so, you and your child are invited to share in the fun of learning nursery rhymes, songs and stories in Korean and English. This program is free of charge. Healthy snacks will be provided. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 127 Wednesdays, January 15–March 11 10:00–11:30 am Note: no session on February 5

REGISTRATION: Please phone S.U.C.C.E.S.S. at 604-468-6101. Priority will be given to people registering for the program for the first time.

Presented in partnership with S.U.C.C.E.S.S.

한국 부모와 자녀를 위한 마더구스 등록 및 자세한 사항 문의는 김은주 604-468-6101 에게로 하시면 됩니다. 마더 구스 프로그램을 처음으로 신청하시는 분에게 우선권을 드릴 수 있습니다. 1월 15일 ~ 3월 11일 • 매주 수요일 아침 • 10시 ~ 11시30분 2월 5일(수)엔 수업이 없습니다. 코퀴틀람 도서관, 시티센터 브랜치 프로그램 룸 (1169 Pinetree Way) Coquitlam Public Library와 S.U.C.C.E.S.S.가 함께 합니다

Mathnasium Children from preschool through middle school and their parents: solve puzzles and play games, while learning a bit of math along the way. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOMS 136 & 137 REGISTRATION: Saturday, February 29 • 2:00–3:30 pm Drop-in POIRIER BRANCH • NANCY BENNETT ROOM Friday, April 17 • 10:30 am–12:00 pm

REGISTRATION: Drop-in

Science Expo is back! Amaze others with your scientific know-how in our annual Science Expo for a chance to win prizes. Categories: Elementary (4–5) • Middle (6–8) • Junior (9–10) • Senior (11–12) Participants must submit a Registration and Consent form no later than Sunday, April 26, 2020. For details, see coqlibrary.ca/sci-expo This program is offered by Coquitlam Public Library, School District 43 & Douglas College coqlibrary.ca

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SCHOOL SUCCESS + TEEN VOLUNTEERS Parlez-Nous en Français! French speakers in grades 8–12 earn community service hours by helping kids in grades 1–6 French Immersion with grammar, pronunciation, reading, conversation and homework assignments. POIRIER BRANCH • NANCY BENNETT ROOM Fridays • January 10–February 14 3:45–4:30 pm

REGISTRATION: To volunteer as a tutor or to register a child, email librarian Chris Miller at cmiller@coqlibrary.ca

Reading Buddies Join the Library’s paired reading program, where students in grades 9–12 earn community service hours by helping kids in grades 1–4 become better readers. POIRIER BRANCH • NANCY BENNETT ROOM Wednesdays • 4:00–5:00 pm • February 5–March 11 CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 137 Thursdays • 4:00–5:00 pm • February 6–March 12 REGISTRATION: Pick up an application form, available at either branch or online at coqlibrary.ca. Submit the completed form to the Help Desk no later than Wednesday, January 22.

Pro-D Day Movie Matinée: Dora and the Lost City of Gold Take a break from studying and watch Dora lead a group of companions on a dangerous quest through the jungle to find her missing parents and the remains of a lost civilization. With the voices of Isabela Moner, Benicio del Toro, Danny Trejo, Eva Longoria and Michael Peña. (Paramount, 102 mins., rated G; 2019) POIRIER BRANCH • NANCY BENNETT ROOM Friday, February 28 • 1:30–3:15 pm or CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOMS 136 & 137 Friday, February 28 • 1:30–3:15 pm REGISTRATION: Drop-in

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ADULT PROGRAMS Road to the Oscars: An Afternoon Film Series In anticipation of the upcoming Academy Awards ceremony, we will be showing Academy-Award winning films. Join us on Thursdays in January to experience these movies on the “big screen.” January 9 January 16

An American in Paris (1951) Terms of Endearment (1983)

POIRIER BRANCH • NANCY BENNETT ROOM Thursdays • 1:00 pm

January 23 January 30

Driving Miss Daisy (1989) La La Land (2017)

REGISTRATION: Drop-in

Chess Club Are you interested in learning how to play chess, or looking for someone to play with? Join us for a weekly Chess Club! All ages welcome. Chess sets are provided. POIRIER BRANCH • NANCY BENNETT ROOM Saturdays, starting January 11 • 2:00–4:30 pm

REGISTRATION: Drop-in

H.E.R.O.S. Emergency Preparedness Program Are you and your family ready for an emergency? The City of Coquitlam’s H.E.R.O.S. Emergency Preparedness sessions cover both natural and man-made hazards that residents of Coquitlam could face, the worst being a catastrophic earthquake. Learn how you can be a hero and be prepared to help yourself and others. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 127 Saturday, January 18 • 10:30 am–12:30 pm

REGISTER ONLINE OR PHONE: https://signmeup.coquitlam.ca/signmeup/

POIRIER BRANCH • NANCY BENNETT ROOM Tuesday, February 25 • 6:30–8:30 pm

604-927-4386

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ADULT PROGRAMS Income Taxes 101 Fatima Benlarhzal, CPA, CGA from EZ Cloud Accounting will discuss: • how income tax returns work for individuals and small businesses • what types of deductions are available • common mistakes you should be aware of. This presentation will be repeated for your convenience. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOMS 136 & 137 Tuesday, January 21 • 6:30–8:00 pm POIRIER BRANCH • NANCY BENNETT ROOM Saturday, January 25 • 10:30 am–12:00 pm REGISTRATION: Drop-in

Self-Care for Busy Moms Do you feel tired and drained? Wish that you had more energy and time for yourself? Life Coach and Registered Counsellor, Kandice Dondona, will explain the four different types of self-care and how to utilize them in your daily life. Babies under a year old are welcome, as childcare is not provided. This program is repeated for your convenience. Please register for one session only. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 137 Thursday, January 23 • 11:30 am–12:30 pm

REGISTER ONLINE: coquitlam.libnet.info/event/3654411

POIRIER BRANCH • NANCY BENNETT ROOM Tuesday, January 28 • 11:00 am–12:00 pm

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Digital Life Skills for Youth with Author Angela Crocker Best-selling author Angela Crocker will show parents, teachers and guardians how to help youth navigate the risks of digital life. Attendees will: • Identify the factors that impact when youth are ready to access technology. • Learn physical and mental wellness behaviours that can be impacted by excessive screen time. • Understand the tricky tactics youth use to hide their digital activity from parents and teachers. • Explore skills your teen needs to develop to enjoy a healthy, productive and creative online life. • Learn about digital privilege contracts to govern how youth use technology. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 136 Tuesday, January 28 • 7:00–8:30 pm coqlibrary.ca

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ADULT PROGRAMS Understanding Dizziness & Imbalance: How Vestibular Rehabilitation Can Help If you or someone you know are dizzy, you are not alone. One in five people will experience dizziness in their lifetime. Registered physiotherapist and certified vestibular specialist, Farron Fedechko will help you understand the causes of dizziness and ways vestibular rehabilitation can improve your balance, lower your risk of falling and reduce your symptoms. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 136 Tuesday, February 18 • 7:00–8:30 pm

REGISTER ONLINE: coquitlam.libnet.info/event/3675241

Presented in partnership with BC Balance and Dizziness.

Helping Children Chase Away Worry Presenters Semiramis du Sautoy, RCC and Beverly Kort, R. Psych. will help you gain a better understanding of the different ways anxiety can manifest in children. Anxiety is not always all bad. Children need to step out of their comfort zone and push limits to move onto the next developmental milestone and learn new things. However, there is a fine line between healthy levels of anxiety and anxiety that stands in the way of development and progress. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOMS 136 & 137 Wednesday, February 26 • 7:00–8:30 pm REGISTRATION: Drop-in Presented in partnership with the British Columbia Psychological Association and is in support of Psychology Month 2020.

Fraud Prevention 101 Learn to protect yourself from fraud in this special Fraud Prevention Month program. A Coquitlam RCMP Community Policing Services representative will describe how to protect yourself from common types of scams and what to do if you fall victim to a scam. This program is repeated for your convenience. Please register for one session only. POIRIER BRANCH • NANCY BENNETT ROOM Thursday, March 12 • 1:30–3:30 pm

REGISTER ONLINE: coquitlam.libnet.info/event/3652948

CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 136 Wednesday, March 18 • 7:00–8:30 pm

REGISTER ONLINE: coquitlam.libnet.info/event/3653777

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ADULT PROGRAMS

Be Bear Smart Coquitlam is an official Bear Smart Community, so everyone has a responsibility to make sure they do their part to keep bears safe and prevent human/bear interactions. A fed bear is a dead bear and you can be fined up to $500 for not managing your waste. The City of Coquitlam has advice on how to discourage a bear from visiting your property, as well as what to do if you encounter a bear. This program is repeated for your convenience. Please register for one session only. POIRIER BRANCH • NANCY BENNETT ROOM Thursday, March 26 • 2:00–4:00 pm

REGISTER ONLINE: coquitlam.libnet.info/event/3623655

CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 127 Saturday, March 28 • 2:00–4:00 pm

REGISTER ONLINE: coquitlam.libnet.info/event/3623798

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ADULT PROGRAMS—CELEBRATE! Chinese New Year Concert Celebrate Lunar New Year! Members from the Arts Musical Studio will perform traditional Chinese music to welcome the arrival of spring and the Year of the Rat. Come and enjoy the festive music! CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOMS 136 & 137 Wednesday, February 5 • 7:00–8:00 pm REGISTER ONLINE OR PHONE: coquitlam.libnet.info/event/3660148 or 604-554-7345

Persian New Year Celebration Celebrate and learn more about Nowruz, the Persian New Year, with festive displays, arts and crafts for children and more. For craft activities, priority will be given to families with younger children. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOMS 127, 136 & 137 Saturday, March 14 • 2:00–4:00 pm REGISTRATION: Drop-in Presented in partnership with S.U.C.C.E.S.S.

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ADULT PROGRAMS—AUTHOR VISITS Book Club Meet ‘n’ Greet with Author Lindsay Wong Join us for a special book club event where we will discuss The Woo-Woo by Lindsay Wong, chat with the author and learn more about book clubs at the Library and in the community. Lindsay Wong grew up with a paranoid schizophrenic grandmother and a mother who was deeply afraid of the “woo-woo”—Chinese ghosts who come to visit in times of personal turmoil. At once a witty and touching memoir about the Asian immigrant experience and a harrowing and honest depiction of the vagaries of mental illness, The Woo-Woo is a gut-wrenching and beguiling manual for surviving family and oneself. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 136 Saturday, February 1 • 2:00–4:00 pm

REGISTER ONLINE: coquitlam.libnet.info/event/3677278

Author Visit with Jeremy Allingham Investigative journalist Jeremy Allingham’s new book, Major Misconduct, scrutinizes the detrimental role that fighting plays in ice hockey. The work dives deep into the lives of three former hockey fighters who, years after their playing days ended, are still struggling with the pain and suffering that comes from on-ice fighting. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 136 Tuesday, February 25 • 7:00–8:30 pm REGISTER ONLINE: coquitlam.libnet.info/event/3626061

Author Visit with Alison Acheson Vancouver author Alison Acheson will speak about her recent memoir, Dance Me to the End: Ten Months and Ten Days with ALS. Described as “profoundly honest and intensely personal,” Alison’s memoir describes her experience caring for her husband Marty after his devastating terminal diagnosis of ALS. This is a detailed account of grief, shock and pain coexisting with the levity, laughter and love shared with her husband and sons in those final months of Marty’s life. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 136 Tuesday, March 31 • 7:00–8:30 pm REGISTER ONLINE: coquitlam.libnet.info/event/3653044 coqlibrary.ca

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ADULT PROGRAMS—SENIORS TALKS These programs are presented in partnership with IG Wealth Management.

Understanding Retirement Income and Expenses: Where is your money going? Most of us know where our monthly income comes from; however, at the end of each month, we often don’t know how it seems to have vanished. This seminar will clarify what income comes from the government during retirement and what is from our own initiatives. Also, learn practical ways to work on a budget. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 136 Wednesday, January 15 • 10:00 am–12:00 pm

REGISTRATION: Drop-in

Simplifying to Demystify Retirement:

Underliving as opposed to living only with what we really need Fear of not having enough to last us for a lifetime is very real. However, it should not stop us from enjoying the fruits of our labour. Understand which expenses are discretionary and which are essential. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 136 Wednesday, February 19 • 10:00 am–12:00 pm

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Is Retirement a Long Vacation? How do you picture your retirement? Sitting under palm trees on a sandy beach overlooking the ocean with a cool drink in your hand? Or sitting in a stuffy living room on a lumpy couch watching TV reruns? Two roads diverge…which will you be taking? CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 136 Wednesday, March 18 • 10:00 am–12:00 pm

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ADULT PROGRAMS—CAREER WORKSHOPS These programs are presented in partnership with WorkBC Centre.

How to Network Did you know that networking is the #1 strategy for getting a job? Come and join us for this free career workshop, where we’ll equip you with the tools you need to network your way to a successful job search! Discover: • the importance of networking • how to network effectively to increase your chances of securing employment • strategies to create connections face-to-face and through LinkedIn. All job seekers are welcome. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 127 Wednesday, January 8 • 2:00–4:00 pm

REGISTER ONLINE: free-networking-workshop.eventbrite.ca

Preparing for Job Interviews Do you feel your interview skills are stopping you from getting the right job? Come and join us for this free career workshop, where you’ll learn basic strategies to answer interview questions. With the help of a WorkBC Career Advisor, we’ll equip you with the tools you need to help you structure answers and place your skills at a higher level! All job seekers are welcome. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 127 Wednesday, February 19 • 2:00–4:00 pm

REGISTER ONLINE: preparing-for-interviews.eventbrite.ca

Creating Effective Resumes Do you want to learn the basics of writing effective resumes? A WorkBC employment specialist will share tips to create a winning resume and describe: • the purpose of an effective resume • the different types of resumes • strategies to make your resume attractive to potential employers. All job seekers are welcome. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 127 Wednesday, March 18 • 2:00–4:00 pm

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TECH TUESDAYS Innovation Hub Open House: Experience Virtual Reality Immerse yourself in the world of virtual reality. For adults and teens aged 13 and up. Each session is approximately 15 minutes. Waiver forms must be signed before participating. Teens 13–18 years of age require signed parental consent. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • INNOVATION HUB Tuesdays • 2:00–4:00 pm • January 14 & 28 • February 11 & 25 • March 10 & 24

REGISTRATION: Drop-in anytime during the Open House More information: coqlibrary.ca > Innovation Hub

Innovation Hub Open House: 3D Printing Orientation Learn how to use our 3D printers and creative software! For adults and teens aged 14 and up. Children under 14 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • INNOVATION HUB Tuesdays • 2:00–4:00 pm • January 7 & 21 • February 4 & 18 • March 3, 17 & 31

REGISTRATION: Drop-in anytime during the Open House More information: coqlibrary.ca > Innovation Hub

Digital Skills for Entrepreneurship Learn basic digital skills that will allow you to pursue your business ideas or grow your existing business. All sessions will be held in the Computer Lab at the City Centre Branch. Register online. • Digital Tools to Brand My Business: Learn the tools to create a logo, branding and style guides. Tuesday, February 4 • 5:30–8:00 pm REGISTER: coquitlam.libnet.info/event/3627780 • Social Media (Part 1): Create four different social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram) and learn how to navigate each platform. Tuesday, February 11 • 5:30–8:00 pm REGISTER: coquitlam.libnet.info/event/3627781 • Social Media (Part 2): Learn about social media ethics, privacy and customer experience. Tuesday, February 18 • 5:30–8:00 pm REGISTER: coquitlam.libnet.info/event/3627782 • Promoting My Business: Learn to promote your business using Google My Business and use Canva to create your own business cards. Tuesday, February 25 • 5:30–8:00 pm REGISTER: coquitlam.libnet.info/event/3627783

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ENGLISH LEARNERS & NEWCOMERS English Practice Groups These weekly drop-in conversation groups are open to adults (aged 19 years or older) and are led by volunteers from SHARE Family & Community Services. There is a maximum of 30 people at each meeting, so come early to make sure you get in. See coqlibrary.ca for the most current schedule. Please note: groups do not meet on public holidays. For more information, see https://sharesociety.ca/english-language-practice-groups or phone SHARE at 604-936-3900.

Beginner

Intermediate / Advanced

CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 136 • Saturdays • 12:00–1:30 pm CLOSED Jan. 4, Feb. 1 & Mar. 14

POIRIER BRANCH • NANCY BENNETT ROOM • Wednesdays • 10:15–11:45 am

Intermediate CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 136 • Fridays • 10:30 am–12:00 pm • Saturdays • 10:30 am–12:00 pm CLOSED Jan. 4, Feb. 1 & Mar. 14

Advanced CITY CENTRE BRANCH • ROOM 136 • Mondays • 7:00–8:30 pm

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ENGLISH LEARNERS & NEWCOMERS English Language Learner Book Club Are you interested in joining a book club dedicated to English language learners? You’ve come to the right place! Join us for a monthly book club and discover the joys of meeting to talk about books! CITY CENTRE BRANCH • BOARD ROOM Tuesdays • 1:30‑3:00 pm January 21, February 18 & March 17

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Citizenship Preparation Workshop Join us for a full day workshop to prepare for Canadian citizenship! The sessions will be facilitated by MOSAIC staff. We will talk about topics such as Canada’s history, symbols, government and geography, as well as the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Please bring pens, paper and the Discover Canada book, if you have it, to class. This program is repeated for your convenience. Please register for one session only. CITY CENTRE BRANCH • BOARD ROOM REGISTRATION: Saturday • 10:00 am–4:00 pm Contact Mona Asmani at 604-438-8214 ext. 120 or January 18 or March 21 masmani@mosaicbc.org Please have your PR number ready.

My Canada is an interactive, multimedia program for learning to communicate in English while learning about Canada. • Covers Canadian history, government, geography, culture and more • Includes photographs, video and animation clips and hours of narrated text • Organized by language levels (beginner to advanced) • Provides feedback, progress reports and follow-up activities

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LIBRARY LINK—WINTER SCHEDULE NEW! We will have an alternating weekly schedule beginning in January. Library Link will take a break from December 22 to January 7 and from January 28–31. The Library Link is closed on all statutory holidays. Check coqlibrary.ca or phone 604-554-7323 for the most current schedule.

JANUARY 8–MARCH 14 Week 1: Jan. 6 • Feb. 10 & 24 • March 9

Week 2: Jan. 13 • Feb 3 & 17 • March 2

Wednesdays

Wednesdays

• 9:30–10:30 am • Strong Start Rochester Elementary, 411 Schoolhouse Street

• 9:30–10:30 am • Step by Step Harbourview Elementary, 960 Lillian Street

• 10:45 am–12:30 pm • Place Maillardville 1200 Cartier Avenue

• 10:45 am–12:30 pm • Place Maillardville 1200 Cartier Avenue

• 1:00 –2:00 pm • Strong Start Mundy Road Elementary, 2200 Austin Avenue

• 1:00 –2:00 pm • Strong Start Roy Stibbs Elementary, 600 Fairview Street

Thursdays

Thursdays

• 10:00–11:00 am • Strong Start Bramblewood Elementary, 2875 Panorama Drive

• 10:30 am–1:00 pm • Tri-City Family Place 3435 Victoria Drive (at Victoria Hall)

• 11:30 am–1:00 pm • Tri-City Family Place 3435 Victoria Drive (at Victoria Hall)

• 1:30–2:30 pm • Strong Start Meadowbrook Elementary, 900 Sharpe Street

• 1:30–2:30 pm • Strong Start Meadowbrook Elementary, 900 Sharpe Street

Fridays

Fridays

• 9:00–10:00 am • Strong Start Riverview Park Elementary, 700 Clearwater Way

• 9:00–10:00 am • Strong Start Riverview Park Elementary, 700 Clearwater Way

• 10:30 am–12:45 pm • Galloway Park 3404 Galloway Avenue

• 10:30 am–12:45 pm • Galloway Park 3404 Galloway Avenue

• 1:00–2:15 pm • Riley Park 1320 Riley Street

• 1:00–2:15 pm • Burke Mountain Firehall 3501 David Avenue

Saturdays

Saturdays

• 10:00 am–12:00 pm • Cottonwood Park 672 Aspen Street

• 10:00 am–12:00 pm • Cottonwood Park 672 Aspen Street

• 12:15–2:00 pm • Mountain View Park 751 Smith Avenue.

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LIBRARY LINK Story Time at Smiling Creek Our library storytellers will be in charge of bedtime stories and songs tonight! Also, the Library Link will be there with books and movies for the whole family to borrow and enjoy. SMILING CREEK ACTIVITY CENTRE GYM 3456 Princeton Avenue Thursdays starting January 9 Story Time: 6:30–7:00 pm Library Link: 6:00–7:30 pm

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Library Link See schedule on page 18 of this guide or at coqlibrary.ca

City Centre Branch 1169 Pinetree Way Coquitlam, BC V3B 0Y1 604-554-7323

Poirier Branch 575 Poirier Street Coquitlam, BC V3J 6A9 604-937-4141

COQUITLAM PUBLIC LIBRARY HOURS Monday–Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

City Centre Branch 9 am–9 pm 9 am–5 pm 10 am–5 pm 10 am–5 pm

Poirier Branch 9 am–9 pm 9 am–5 pm 10 am–5 pm 12 pm–5 pm

HOLIDAY HOURS

City Centre Branch Closed 10 am–5 pm

Poirier Branch Closed Closed

• Wednesday, January 1 • Monday, February 17

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