Rudy Johnson visits the Quesnel Branch
From Lapland to the Cariboo:  Rudy has been behind many innovative ventures in the Cariboo, including Chilcotin Airways, the Buckskin Ranch, and, of course, the Rudy Johnson Bridge, which he built in 1968. Come out and hear the stories from the legend himself.

Saturday November 29th, 1:00pm


Quesnel Friends of the Library Annual Book Sale

It's time for the Quesnel Friends of the Library Annual Book Sale, and there will be hundreds of books on sale, including fiction, nonfiction, and children's. Great finds, and great deals.

Friday November 28th, 10:00am-4:00pm
Saturday November 29th, 10:00am-4:00pm


NFB Film Screening: Forbidden Love
This feature documentary delves into the rich history of Canadian queer women’s experiences in the mid-20th century. Compelling, often hilarious and always rebellious, the women interviewed in this film recount stories about their search for the places where openly gay women gathered in urban centres. Contemporary interviews, archival footage, and a stylized fictional narrative based on the pulp novels of the 1950s are woven throughout this simultaneously funny, heartbreaking, and empowering film. Forbidden Love brings an important and empowering history of lesbian sexuality in Canada out of the closet. This film contains scenes of nudity and/or sexuality. Viewer discretion is advised. 2014, 84 min 35s

100 Mile Branch - Thursday November 20th, 6:00-8:00pm
forbidden love poster


Ookpik and the Animals: Puppets and Sing-Along at the Williams Lake Branch
During this Fall Break, come join us at the library for a lively puppet rendition of Ookpik and the Animals by Dennis Lee. We’ll be reading poems, singing songs, and having a good time.  

Featuring puppetry by Claire Schreiner and music by Lerae Haynes.

Thursday November 13th, 2:30pm, Library Programme Room
owl drawing


Giving Tree Craft for Children at the 100 Mile Branch

In the spirit of giving, generosity, and goodwill the 100 Mile House Branch Library is inviting the community to donate new hats, mittens, and scarves to decorate our tree. Items can be knitted, crocheted or purchased. This year’s theme will be “Socks and Slippers”. All items collected on our Christmas Giving Tree will be donated to local organizations in the New Year. Come celebrate the beginning of the season to give. We will be hosting a craft for children 5 to 12 years of age.  Registration is required, as space is limited.

Wednesday November 12th, 3:30-4:30
giving tree craft for children


NFB Film Screening: Ariel
Ariel is a living embodiment of the ongoing duel between man and machine. When he was just 33, his legs were shredded by an industrial dough mixer in Mendoza, Argentina. But from that point on, he began to rediscover the meaning of freedom, devoting his life to rebuilding his broken identity, keeping his family and designing his own artificial legs. In this intimate and metaphoric portrait, director Laura Bari (Antoine) melds eight years of Ariel’s singular transhumanity. Juxtaposing daily life with inner, dreamlike worlds, Bari pushes the boundaries between the real and the imaginary.

Williams Lake - Wednesday November 19th, 7:00pm


NFB Film Screening: Out of Mind, Out of Sight
Out of Mind, Out of Sight: What happens to people who suffer from mental illnesses and commit violent crimes? Some are sent to forensic psychiatric hospitals - once called asylums for the criminally insane - where they disappear from public view for years. Emmy award-winning filmmaker John Kastner gained unprecedented access to one such facility, the Brockville Mental Health Centre. He follows the treatment of patients struggling to gain control over their lives, so they can return to a society that often fears and demonizes them.

Williams Lake - Wednesday November 5th, 7:00pm
out of mind


Mini Book Sale at the 100 Mile Branch
100 Mile House Branch Library will be hosting a MINI BOOK SALE. This one day book sale will be held in the Program Room on Saturday, November 1st. Come out and get some great deals on used or donated books.  There is something for everyone.

Saturday, November 1st —10:00 am-4:30 pm




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